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The Social Security(Northern Ireland) Order 1989


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1.—(1) In section 4, for subsection (3) (persons liable to pay Class 1 contributions) substitute the following subsection—

(3) The primary and secondary contributions referred to in subsection (2) above are payable as follows—

(a)the primary contribution shall be the liability of the earner; and

(b)the secondary contribution shall be the liability of the secondary contributor,

but nothing in this subsection shall prejudice the provisions of paragraph 3 of Schedule 1 to this Act relating to the manner in which the earner’s liability falls to be discharged..

(2) In subsection (6C) of that section (amount of secondary Class 1 contribution), for “the amount of a secondary Class 1 contribution” substitute “where a secondary Class 1 contribution is payable, the amount of that contribution”.

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