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Local Government (Superannuation) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1992

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4.  Where a person wishes to make a surrender he may—

(a)in the case of a pensionable employee who on ceasing to hold his employment becomes entitled to a retirement pension (in this Schedule referred to as “a retiring employee”) not more than 2 months before or within one month after the date on which he ceases to be employed; and

(b)in the case of a pensionable employee who would, if he were to retire from his employment, become entitled to a retirement pension (in this Schedule referred to as “a continuing employee”), within 2 months before or at any time after becoming a continuing employee and while he is still employed,

notify his desire to surrender a part of that retirement pension by completing the form provided for the purpose, and sending it, together with a copy thereof, to the employing authority, and they shall transmit the original to the Committee.

Provided that where the Committee are satisfied that it has not been reasonably practicable for a retiring employee to notify his desire to surrender a part of a retirement pension within the time limit imposed by sub-paragraph (a) owing to circumstances beyond his control, they may at their discretion extend that limit to a date not more than 6 months after the date on which he ceases to be employed.

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