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Local Government (Superannuation) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1992

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Regulations C7 and D13

SCHEDULE 10Payment for Additional Reckonable Service of Part-time Employees

Regulation C7(9)

PART IAMOUNT TO BE PAID FOR ADDITIONAL PERIOD

1.  The amount payable by an eligible person or his widow or widower under regulation C7(9) is—

where—

  • A is the annual rate of the eligible person’s remuneration on the relevant date;

  • B is the lesser of—

    (a)

    the length, expressed in complete years and any fraction of a year of his qualifying service before 1st April 1978; and

    (b)

    the length of the period specified in the notice of election under regulation C7(7); and

  • C is the length, expressed in complete years and any fraction of a year, by which the period specified in the notice of election exceeds B.

2.  In paragraph 1—

(a)the annual rate of remuneration shall be ascertained in accordance with paragraph (a)(i) to (v) in the definition of C in Part V of Schedule 16 and if regulation C1(3) applies as if his remuneration had not been reduced;

(b)“the relevant date” means—

(i)31st March 1986 or, if earlier, the day before the eligible person first became a pensionable employee; or

(ii)if on that date he was not employed by an employing authority, the last date before that date on which he was in such an employment;

(c)“qualifying service” means service which the eligible person became entitled (or in the circumstances described in regulation C7(2) would have become entitled) to reckon as qualifying service by virtue of regulation D12.

Regulation D13

PART IICALCULATION OF ADDITIONAL PERIOD

3.  Where payment of the sum payable under regulation C7(9) has been completed, the eligible person is entitled under regulation D13 to reckon as whole-time reckonable service an additional period calculated in accordance with the formula—

where—

  • D is the person’s contractual hours of employment as at the relevant date (within the meaning of paragraph 2);

  • E is the contractual hours of a comparable whole-time employment as at that date; and

  • F is the additional period specified in the notice of election under regulation C7(7).

4.  A person who discontinues payment under regulation C7(20) shall be entitled to reckon under regulation D13 as whole-time reckonable service an additional period calculated as—

where—

  • L is the total amount paid by way of instalments under regulation C7(15);

  • M is the total sum payable by him under regulation C7(9); and

  • N is the length of the period of whole-time reckonable service which the person would have been entitled to reckon under regulation D13 if payment had been completed.

5.  Paragraphs 6 to 8 apply where a person has begun to make payments under regulation C7(15) but ceases to be a pensionable employee before he has completed payment of the sum payable by him under regulation C7(9).

6.  A pensionable employee who dies, or ceases to hold his employment by reason of permanent ill-health or infirmity of mind or body, shall be treated as having completed payment of that sum.

7.  Subject to paragraph 8, a person who ceases to be a pensionable employee for any other reason shall be entitled to reckon under regulation D13 as whole-time reckonable service an additional period calculated as—

where—

  • X is the total amount paid by way of instalments;

  • Y is the total sum payable by him under regulation C7(9); and

  • Z is the length of the period of whole-time reckonable service which the person would have been entitled to reckon under regulation D13 if payment had been completed.

8.  A person to whom paragraph 7 applies by reason of his ceasing to be employed by a scheduled body may, within one month after the date on which he ceases to be a pensionable employee, pay to the Committee the capital sum equal to the total of the instalments remaining unpaid, and he shall then be treated as having completed payment.

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