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The Social Security (Contributions) (Japan) Order (Northern Ireland) 2000

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Article 4

1.  As regards compulsory coverage, subject to the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 5 and Articles 5 to 7, where a person works as an employed or self-employed person in the territory of one Party, that person shall be subject only to the legislation of that Party. Where a person is subject only to the legislation of the United Kingdom in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph, that legislation shall apply to that person as if that person were ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom.

2.  As regards compulsory coverage, subject to the provisions of paragraph 1 of Article 5, where a person works as an employed person in the territory of both Parties and would otherwise be subject to the legislation of both Parties for the same period, that person shall be subject only to the legislation of the Party in whose territory that person is ordinarily resident.

3.  As regards compulsory coverage, where a person is ordinarily resident in the territory of one Party and works as a self-employed person in the territory of both Parties and in case that person would otherwise be subject to the legislation of both Parties for the same period, that person shall be subject only to the legislation of the Party in whose territory that person is ordinarily resident.

4.  As regards compulsory coverage, subject to the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article 5, where a person works as an employed person in the territory of one Party, and as a self-employed person in the territory of the other Party and in case that person would otherwise be subject to the legislation of both Parties for the same period, that person shall be subject only to the legislation of the Party in whose territory that person is ordinarily resident.

5.  A person who is receiving benefits under Japanese laws and regulations on account of sickness, injury or pregnancy for any period while that person is in Jersey or Guernsey, shall be excepted from liability to pay a contribution in respect of that period, other than as an employed or self-employed person, under the legislation of Jersey or Guernsey.

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