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Local Government (Superannuation) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1992

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3.  In this Schedule—

“accrued pension” means the annual retirement pension (however named) to which, having regard to regulations E1(3) and E28(2) and apart from any reduction falling to be made to that pension in connection with a retirement pension under section 28 of the Act of 1975 or corresponding provisions of earlier legislation or graduated retirement benefit under section 35 of the Insurance Act or corresponding provisions of earlier legislation, the person would have become entitled if, on the date when he ceased to be employed in his local government employment—

(1)

he had reached the age of 65; and

(2)
(a)

where the person ceased to be employed in that employment before 31st March 1972, he had completed a sufficient period of service to qualify for the pension and, notwithstanding anything in any enactment—

(i)

for the purpose of calculating the amount of that pension his service had been calculated in accordance with regulation 31 ofthe 1962 regulations; and

(ii)

his entitlement to that pension had been calculated by reference to completed years and completed days;

(b)

where the person ceased to be employed in that employment on or after 31st March 1972, he had been entitled to reckon an aggregate of not less than 5 years' reckonable service and qualifying service; and

(3)

he had completed the payment of any additional contributory payments;

“accrued retiring allowance” means the lump sum retiring allowance (however named) to which the person would have become entitled if, on the date when he ceased to be employed in his local government employment—

(1)

he has reached the age of 65; and

(2)
(a)

where the person ceased to be employed in that employment before 31st March 1972, he had completed a sufficient period of service to qualify for the allowance and, notwithstanding anything in any enactment—

(i)

for the purpose of calculating the amount of that allowance his service had been calculated in accordance with regulation 31 of the 1962 regulations; and

(ii)

his entitlement to that allowance had been calculated by reference to completed years and completed days;

(b)

where the person ceased to be employed in that employment on or after 31st March 1972, he had been entitled to reckon an aggregate of not less than 5 years' reckonable service and qualifying service; and

(3)

he had completed the payment of any additional contributory payments; and

(4)

if the person is a man, he had been married and he and his wife had not been judicially separated;

“accrued widow’s pension” means the annual widow’s long-term pension (however named) which, after any initial period during which it might not have been payable, would have been payable in respect of the person if, on the date when he ceased to be employed in his local government employment—

(1)

he had been married and he and his wife had not been judicially separated; and

(2)

by virtue of his having reached the age of 65, he had been in receipt of a pension equivalent to his accrued pension; and

(3)

he had died;

“accrued modification” means the amount by which the accrued pension would be reduced in connection with the retirement pension under section 28 of the Act of 1975 or corresponding provisions of earlier legislation and graduated retirement benefit under section 35 of the Insurance Act or corresponding provisions of earlier legislation.

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