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4(1)The SPCB must pay a grant (an “office-holder resettlement grant”) to an individual who—S
(a)stops being the holder of a pensionable office, and
(b)is not appointed as the holder of a pensionable office during the following 90 days.
(2)The amount of an office-holder resettlement grant is to be equal to the appropriate percentage of the annual office-holder salary payable to the individual when the individual left office.
“appropriate percentage” means—
(b)in any other case, 25%.
(3)An office-holder resettlement grant is not payable—
(a)to the personal representatives of an individual who—
(i)stops holding a pensionable office because he or she dies, or
(ii)dies during the period of 90 days after the individual stops holding a pensionable office, or
(b)to any individual who, on the day this paragraph comes into force, is or has been—
(i)the Presiding Officer, or
(ii)the First Minister.
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