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The Local Government Pension Scheme (Amendment and Transitional Provisions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2014

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13.—(1) Notwithstanding the revocations effected by regulation 2 (revocation of regulations), the Administration Regulations and the Benefits Regulations continue to have effect so far as is necessary to ensure that where—

(a)a member has a period of absence from work which begins before 1st April 2015 and ends after that date, the period falling before 1st April 2015 is to be dealt with in accordance with those Regulations and the period falling after 31st March 2015 is to be dealt with in accordance with the 2014 Regulations; and

(b)a member receives pensionable pay after 31st March 2015 which relates to a period prior to 1st April 2015, the member’s contributions are payable on the pensionable pay as defined in regulation 4 (meaning of pensionable pay) of the Benefits Regulations at the rate payable under those Regulations; and

any contributions that the member makes after 1st April 2015 in respect of the absence or that pay must be allocated according to the period to which they relate and benefits accrued accordingly.

(2) A member entitled to a refund of contributions under regulation 20 (rights to return of contributions) of the 2014 Regulations, who has paid contributions under the earlier Schemes and has aggregated the periods in which those contributions were paid with membership of the Scheme, is entitled to a refund of contributions paid to the earlier Schemes in respect of that aggregated membership.

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