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Housing Renovation etc. Grants (Reduction of Grant) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997

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24.—(1) Any payment made under the Macfarlane Trust, the Macfarlane (Special Payments) Trust, the Macfarlane (Special Payments) (No. 2) Trust (“the Trusts”), the Fund, the Independent Living (Extension) Fund, the Independent Living (1993) Fund or the Independent Living Fund.

(2) Any payment by or on behalf of a person who suffered or is suffering from haemophilia or who was or is a qualifying person, which derives from a payment made under any of the Trusts and which is made to or for the benefit of—

(a)that person’s partner or former partner from whom he is not, or where that person had died was not, estranged or divorced;

(b)any child who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the relevant person’s family; or

(c)any young person who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the relevant person’s family.

(3) Any payment by or on behalf of the partner or former partner of a person who suffered or is suffering from haemophilia or who was or is a qualifying person, provided that the partner or former partner and that person are not, or if either of them has died were not, estranged or divorced, which derives from a payment made under any of the Trusts and which is made to or for the benefit of—

(a)the person who is suffering from haemophilia or who is a qualifying person;

(b)any child who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the relevant person’s family; or

(c)any young person who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the relevant person’s family.

(4) Any payment by a person who is suffering from haemophilia or who is a qualifying person, which derives from a payment under any of the Trusts where—

(a)that person has no partner or former partner from whom he is not estranged or divorced, nor any child or young person who is or had been a member of that person’s family; and

(b)the payment is made either—

(i)to that person’s parent or step-parent, or

(ii)where that person at the date of the payment is a child, a young person or a student who has not completed his full-time education and has no parent or step-parent, to his guardian,

but only for a period from the date of the payment until the end of 2 years from that person’s death.

(5) Any payment out of the estate of a person who suffered from haemophilia or who was a qualifying person, which derives from a payment under any of the Trusts where—

(a)that person at the date of his death (“the relevant date”) had no partner or former partner from whom he was not estranged or divorced, nor any child or young person who was or had been a member of his family; and

(b)the payment is made either—

(i)to that person’s parent or step-parent, or

(ii)where that person at the relevant date was a child, a young person or a student who had not completed his full-time education and had no parent or step-parent, to his guardian,

but only for a period of 2 years from the relevant date.

(6) In the case of a person to whom or for whose benefit a payment referred to in this paragraph is made, any capital resource which derives from any payment of income or capital made under or deriving from any of the Trusts.

(7) For the purposes of sub-paragraphs (2) to (6), any reference to the Trusts shall be construed as including a reference to the Fund.

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