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Local Government (Superannuation) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1992

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Periodical payments to increase reckonable service

C5.  (1)  Subject to paragraph (4), a pensionable employee may at any time, by notice in writing given to the Committee, elect to make additional contributions to the fund in order to become entitled under regulation D5 to reckon an additional period as reckonable service in relation to an employment in which he is a pensionable employee.

(2) The length of the period is not to exceed the maximum calculated in accordance with Schedule 3 and the additional contributions are to be calculated in accordance with Part II of Schedule 4.

(3) The additional contributions—

(a)are payable at such intervals as the Committee may determine from the employee’s birthday next following the date of the election; and

(b)subject to paragraph (5), cease to be payable on the day before the birthday on which, or as the case may be his last birthday before, the employee attains pensionable age.

(4) An employee may not make an election under this regulation if—

(a)he has attained the age of 64 years; or

(b)the Committee have resolved that he should (at his own expense) undergo a medical examination and he has not done so to their satisfaction.

(5) Payment in accordance with paragraph (3) may be discontinued if the employee satisfies the Committee that its continuance would cause financial hardship.

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