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Royal Ulster Constabulary Reserve (Full-time) (Appointment and Conditions of Service) Regulations 1996

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2.—(1) This paragraph has effect for defining expressions used in this Schedule.

(2) “Qualifying member” means a member who—

(a)immediately before 1st September 1994 was a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary Reserve or another police force,

(b)was not then on unpaid leave,

(c)has at all times after 31st August 1994 been a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary Reserve or another police force, and

(d)has not after that date been on unpaid leave.

(3) “Rejoining member” means a member who by reason only of a relevant absence is not a qualifying member.

(4) “Relevant absence” means—

(a)a period of central service or overseas service, or

(b)a period of unpaid leave,

ending after 31st August 1994.

(5) “Housing emoluments” means any one or more of the following kinds of payments under the revoked provisions as they had effect before 1st September 1994—

(a)a housing allowance under regulation 35,

(b)a transitional rent allowance and a transitional supplementary rent allowance under regulation 35B,

(c)a supplementary housing allowance under regulation 36, and

(d)a compensatory grant under regulation 37,

and in relation to a rejoining member includes a rent allowance under regulation 35 as it had effect before 1st April 1990; and “housing allowance” and “transitional rent allowance” mean respectively the allowances mentioned in (a) and (b).

(6) “The revoked provisions” means the provisions of the 1988 regulations relating to housing and housing payments that were revoked on 1st September 1994(1), that is to say regulations 35 to 37.

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