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Local Government Pension Scheme Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000

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1.—(1) A married woman who—

(a)was a member on 27th July 1989 and has since that date continuously been a member, and

(b)is entitled to count a period of membership before 1st April 1972,

may, subject to sub-paragraph (3), give notice in writing to the Committee of any additional period which she wishes to count for the purposes of calculating any widower’s long-term pension payable in respect of her.

(2) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1), the reference to a woman having continuously been a member includes a reference to a woman who, having ceased to be a member—

(a)became or becomes a member again within one month of so ceasing, or

(b)became or becomes a member again within one month of returning to work in accordance with Article 111 of the Employment Rights (Northern Ireland) Order 1996(1) (which confers the right to return to work following pregnancy or confinement).

(3) The additional period of which notice may be given by a woman under sub-paragraph (1) shall not exceed the length of her period of membership which is not, or is not treated for the purposes of regulation F7(3) as being, membership after 31st March 1972.

(4) Notice given under sub-paragraph (1) shall be irrevocable, but, subject to the provisions of this paragraph, notice may be given on more than one occasion.

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