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7.—(1) Where the victim of a criminal injury survives, the compensation payable in respect of the matter mentioned in Article 5(1)( b) shall be determined on the basis of a weekly rate which shall have regard to all relevant circumstances, and, in particular, to his actual earnings, if any, during the six months immediately preceding the date on which the criminal injury was sustained.
(2) The compensation, if any, payable in respect of the matter mentioned in Article 5(1)( b) or ( c) shall be determined—
(a)where the victim dies, having regard to the total annual income of the victim, both earned and unearned;
(c)save as expressly provided by this Order, without reference to any loss or gain to his estate consequent on the injury.
(3) In calculating the compensation payable to the dependants of a victim who dies, he shall, until the contrary is proved, be taken to have spent one-fifth of his income on himself.
(4) In this Article “income” means the amount of a person's income after taking account of—
(b)social security contributions under the Social Security (Northern Ireland) Act 1975 [1975 c.15] or any corresponding enactment in force in Great Britain or similar contributions under the law of any country, state or territory whatsoever;
(c)in the case of an employed person, any amount deducted from his remuneration by his employer by way of superannuation contributions.
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