Postponement of automatic enrolmentN.I.
4—(1) The Department may by regulations provide that, in prescribed cases, the automatic enrolment date is a date, determined in accordance with regulations under this section, which is later than the date specified in section 3(7).
(2) Where a person becomes an active member of a scheme in accordance with regulations under this section, the employer must not take any action, or make any omission, by which within the minimum period—
(a)the person ceases to be an active member of the scheme, or
(b)the scheme ceases to be a scheme of the relevant kind.
(3) The minimum period is so much of a prescribed period as the person remains a jobholder of the employer.
(4) A scheme ceases to be a scheme of the relevant kind, in the case of any person, if it ceases to have a feature by reference to which regulations under this section operated so as to postpone the automatic enrolment date in that person's case.
(5) Subsection (2) does not apply to any action or omission at the member's request.
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