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Article 3(1)

SCHEDULE 1Provisions of Schedule 4 to the Contributions and Benefits Act as amended by this Order

PART ICONTRIBUTORY PERIODICAL BENEFITS

Description of benefitWeekly rate
2.(1)Short-term incapacity benefit.(a) lower rate£80∙25
(b) higher rate£95∙00.
2A.Long-term incapacity benefit.£106∙40.
5.(2)Category B retirement pension where section 48A(4) or 48AA(4) applies.£73∙30.

PART II(3)BEREAVEMENT PAYMENT

Bereavement payment.£2,000∙00

PART IIINON-CONTRIBUTORY PERIODICAL BENEFITS

Description of benefitWeekly rate
1.Attendance allowance.(a) higher rate£83∙10
(b) lower rate£55∙65
(the appropriate rate being determined in accordance with section 65(3)).
2.Severe disablement allowance.£75∙40.
3.Age related addition.(a) higher rate£11∙25
(b) middle rate£6∙25
(c) lower rate£6∙25
(the appropriate rate being determined in accordance with section 69(1)).
4.(4)Carer’s allowance.£62∙70.
7.(5)Category D retirement pension.£73∙30.
8.Age addition (to a pension of any category, and otherwise under section 79).£0∙25.

PART IVINCREASES FOR DEPENDANTS

Benefit to which increase appliesIncrease for qualifying childIncrease for adult dependant
(1)(2)(3)
££
(1)(2)(3)
££
1A.(6)Short-term incapacity benefit—
(a)where the beneficiary is under pensionable age;11∙3548∙15
(b)where the beneficiary is over pensionable age.11∙3559∙50
2.Long-term incapacity benefit.11∙3561∙80
4.Widowed mother’s allowance.11∙35
4A.(7)Widowed parent’s allowance.11∙35
5.(8)Category A or B retirement pension.11∙3566∙35
6.Category C retirement pension.11∙3539∙70
8.Severe disablement allowance.11∙3537∙10
9.(9)Carer’s allowance.11∙3536∙90

PART VRATE OF INDUSTRIAL INJURIES BENEFIT

Description of benefit, etc.Rate
1.(10)Disablement pension (weekly rates).For the several degrees of disablement set out in column (1) of the following Table, the respective amounts in column (2) of that Table.
TABLE
Degree of disablementAmount
(1)(2)
Per cent.£
100169∙70
90152∙73
80135∙76
70118∙79
60101∙82
5084∙85
4067∙88
3050∙91
2033∙94
2.

Maximum increase of weekly rate of disablement pension where

constant attendance needed.

(a)except in cases of exceptionally severe
disablement£67∙90
(b)in any case of exceptionally severe
disablement£135∙80
3.Increase of weekly rate of disablement pension (exceptionally severe disablement).£67∙90
4.Maximum of aggregate of weekly benefit payable for successive accidents.
£169∙70
5.Unemployability supplement under paragraph 2 of Schedule 7.£104∙90
6.

Increase under paragraph 3 of Schedule 7 of weekly rate of

unemployability supplement.

(a)if on the qualifying date the beneficiary was under the age of 35 or if that date fell
before 5th July 1948£21∙70
(b)if head (a) above does not apply and on the qualifying date the beneficiary was under the age of 40 and he had not attained pensionable age before
6th April 1979£21∙70
(c)if heads (a) and (b) above do not apply and on the qualifying date the beneficiary was
under the age of 45£14∙00
(d)if heads (a), (b) and (c) above do not apply and on the qualifying date the beneficiary was under the age of 50 and had not attained pensionable age before
6th April 1979£14∙00
(e)in any other case£7∙00
7.Increase under paragraph 4 of Schedule 7 of weekly rate of disablement pension.£11∙35
8.Increase under paragraph 6 of Schedule 7 of weekly rate of disablement pension.£62∙70
9.Maximum disablement gratuity under paragraph 9 of Schedule 7.£11,260∙00
10.Widow’s pension (weekly rates).(b)higher permanent rate£122∙30
(c)lower permanent rate30 per cent.
of the first sum specified in section 44(4) (Category A basic retirement pension)
(the appropriate rate being determined in accordance with paragraph 16 of Schedule 7)
11.Widower’s pension (weekly rate).£122∙30
12.Weekly rate of allowance in respect of children and qualifying young persons under paragraph 18 of Schedule 7.In respect of each child or qualifying young
person£11∙35.

Article 20(3)

SCHEDULE 2Paragraph 2 of Part I of Schedule 2 to the Income Support Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IPERSONAL ALLOWANCES

2.—(1) (11) The weekly amounts specified in column (2) in respect of each person specified in column (1) shall, for the relevant period specified in column (1), be the weekly amounts specified for the purposes of regulations 17(1)(b) and 18(1)(c).

Column (1)Column (2)
Child or young personAmount
Person in respect of the period—
(a)beginning on, and including, that person’s date of birth and ending on the day preceding the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday;(a)£66∙90;
(b)beginning on, and including, the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday and ending on the day preceding that person’s twentieth birthday.(b)£66∙90.

Article 20(5)

SCHEDULE 3Part IV of Schedule 2 to the Income Support Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IVWEEKLY AMOUNTS OF PREMIUMS SPECIFIED IN PART III

PremiumAmount
15.—(2)(12) Pensioner premium for persons to whom paragraph 9 applies.(2)£128∙40.
(2A) Pensioner premium for persons to whom paragraph 9A applies.(2A)£128∙40.
(3) Higher pensioner premium for persons to whom paragraph 10 applies.(3)£128∙40.
(4)(13) Disability premium—(4)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 11(1)(a);(a)£32∙55;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 11(1)(b).(b)£46∙40.
(5)(14) Severe disability premium—(5)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 13(2)(a);(a)£62∙45;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 13(2)(b)—(b)
(i)if there is someone in receipt of a carer’s allowance or if he or any partner satisfies that condition only by virtue of paragraph 13(3A),(i)£62∙45,
(ii)if no-one is in receipt of such an allowance.(ii)£124∙90.
(6)(15) Disabled child premium.(6) £60∙90 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the condition specified in paragraph 14 is satisfied.
(7)(16) Carer premium.(7) £34∙95 in respect of each person who satisfies the condition specified in paragraph 14ZA.

(8)(17) Enhanced disability premium where the

conditions in paragraph 13A are satisfied.

(8)
(a)£24∙78 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 13A are satisfied;
(b)£15∙90 in respect of each person who is neither—
(i)a child or young person, nor
(ii)a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage,
in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 13A are satisfied;
(c)£22∙85 where the claimant is a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage and the conditions specified in paragraph 13A are satisfied in respect of a member of that couple or polygamous marriage.

Article 20(7)

SCHEDULE 4Applicable amounts specified in the Income Support Regulations

Column (1)Column (2)
Provisions in Income Support RegulationsSpecified Sum
Regulation 22A(1)(18)Applicable amount to be reduced by a sum equivalent to 20 per cent. of the specified amount.
Schedule 3(19), paragraph 6(1)(b)Half the amount which would fall to be met by applying the provisions of sub-paragraph (a).
Schedule 3, paragraph 6(1)(c)Nil.
Schedule 3, paragraph 7(8)100 per cent. of the eligible interest.
Schedule 3, paragraph 8(1)(b)Nil.
Schedule 3, paragraph 10The weekly amount of housing costs is the amount calculated by applying the formula—
Schedule 3, paragraph 11(5)(20)£100,000.
Schedule 3, paragraph 11(7)(a)A sum determined by applying the formula P x Q.
Schedule 3, paragraph 11(11)The qualifying portion of a loan shall be determined by applying the formula—
Schedule 3, paragraph 12(2)The standard rate is to be the average mortgage rate published by the Bank of England in August 2010 varied each time that sub-paragraph (2B) applies such that the average mortgage rate published on the reference day then becomes the new standard rate in accordance with sub-paragraph (2D).
Schedule 7, paragraph 2A(21)Nil.
Schedule 7, paragraph 7Nil.
Schedule 7, paragraph 8(a)Nil
Schedule 7, paragraph 15(22)Nil.

Article 22(6)

SCHEDULE 5Paragraph 2 of Part I of Schedule 4 to the Housing Benefit Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IPERSONAL ALLOWANCES

2.—(1) The amount specified in column (2) in respect of each person specified in column (1) shall, for the relevant period specified in column (1), be the amounts specified for the purposes of regulations 20(b) and 21(c)—

Column (1)Column (2)
Child or young personAmount
Person in respect of the period—
(a)beginning on that person’s date of birth and ending on the day preceding the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday;(a)£66∙90;
(b)beginning on the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday and ending on the day preceding that person’s twentieth birthday.(b)£66∙90

Article 22(8)

SCHEDULE 6Part IV of Schedule 4 to the Housing Benefit Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IVAMOUNTS OF PREMIUMS SPECIFIED IN PART III

PremiumAmount
20.—(5) Disability premium—(5)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 12(a);(a)£32∙55;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 12(b).(b)£46∙40.
(6) Severe disability premium—(6)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 14(2)(a);(a)£62∙45;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 14(2)(b)—(b)
(i)in a case where there is someone in receipt of carer’s allowance or if he or any partner satisfies that condition only by virtue of paragraph 14(5);(i)£62∙45;
(ii)in a case where there is no-one in receipt of such an allowance.(ii)£124∙90.
(7) Disabled child premium.(7) £60∙90 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the condition specified in paragraph 16 is satisfied.
(8) Carer premium.(8) £34∙95 in respect of each person who satisfies the condition specified in paragraph 17.
(9)(23) Enhanced disability premium.(9)
(a)£24∙78 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 15 are satisfied;
(b)£15∙90 in respect of each person who is neither—
(i)a child or young person, nor
(ii)a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage,
in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 15 are satisfied;
(c)£22∙85 where the claimant is a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage and the conditions specified in paragraph 15 are satisfied in respect of a member of that couple or polygamous marriage.

Article 23(5)

SCHEDULE 7Part I of Schedule 4 to the Housing Benefit (SPC) Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IPERSONAL ALLOWANCES

1.  The amount specified in column (2) in respect of each person or couple specified in column (1) shall be the amount specified for the purposes of regulation 20—

Column (1)Column (2)
Person, couple or polygamous marriageAmount
(1) Single claimant or lone parent aged—(1)
(a)under 65;(a)£159∙35;
(b)65 or over.(b)£172∙55.
(2) Couple—(2)
(a)both members aged under 65;(a)£243∙25;
(b)one member or both members aged 65 or over.(b)£258∙15.
(3) If the claimant is a member of a polygamous marriage and none of the members of the marriage have attained the age of 65—(3)
(a)for the claimant and the other party to the marriage;(a)£243∙25;
(b)for each additional spouse who is a member of the same household as the claimant.(b)£83∙90.
(4) If the claimant is a member of a polygamous marriage and one or more members are aged 65 or over—(4)
(a)for the claimant and the other party to the marriage;(a)£258∙15;
(b)for each additional spouse who is a member of the same household as the claimant.(b)£85∙60.

2.—(1) The amounts specified in column (2) in respect of each person specified in column (1) shall, for the relevant period specified in column (1), be the amounts specified for the purposes of regulation 20—

Column (1)Column (2)
Child or young personAmount
Persons in respect of the period—
(a)beginning on that person’s date of birth and ending on the day preceding the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday;(a)£66∙90;
(b)beginning on the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday and ending on the day preceding that person’s twentieth birthday.(b)£66∙90.

Article 23(7)

SCHEDULE 8Part IV of Schedule 4 to the Housing Benefit (SPC) Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IVAMOUNTS OF PREMIUMS SPECIFIED IN PART III

PremiumAmount
12.—(1) Severe disability premium—(1)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 6(2)(a);(a)£62∙45;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 6(2)(b)—(b)
(i)in a case where there is someone in receipt of a carer’s allowance or if he or any partner satisfies that condition only by virtue of paragraph 6(7);(i)£62∙45;
(ii)in a case where there is no-one in receipt of such an allowance.(ii)£124∙90.
(2) Enhanced disability premium.(2) £24∙78 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 7 are satisfied.
(3) Disabled child premium.(3) £60∙90 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the condition specified in paragraph 8 is satisfied.
(4) Carer premium.(4) £34∙95 in respect of each person who satisfies the condition specified in paragraph 9.

Article 24(3)

SCHEDULE 9Paragraph 2 of Part I of Schedule 1 to the Jobseeker’s Allowance Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IPERSONAL ALLOWANCES

1.—(1) (24) The weekly amounts specified in column (2) in respect of each person specified in column (1) shall, for the relevant period specified in column (1), be the weekly amounts specified for the purposes of regulations 83(b) and 84(1)(c).

Column (1)Column (2)
Child or young personAmount
Person in respect of the period—
(a)beginning on, and including, that person’s date of birth and ending on the day preceding the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday;(a)£66∙90;
(b)beginning on, and including, the first Monday in September following that person’s sixteenth birthday and ending on the day preceding that person’s twentieth birthday.(b)£66∙90.

Article 24(5)

SCHEDULE 10Part IV of Schedule 1 to the Jobseeker’s Allowance Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IVWEEKLY AMOUNTS OF PREMIUMS SPECIFIED IN PART III

PremiumAmount
20.—(2)(25) Pensioner premium for persons who have attained the qualifying age for state pension credit—(2)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 10(a);(a)£86∙25;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 10(b);(b)£128∙40;
(c)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 10(c).(c)£128∙40.
(3) Pensioner premium for claimants whose partner has attained the age of 75 where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 11.(3) £128∙40.
(4) Higher pensioner premium—(4)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 12(1)(a);(a)£86∙25;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 12(1)(b) or (c).(b)£128∙40.
(5)(26) Disability premium—(5)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 13(1)(a);(a)£32∙55;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 13(1)(b) or (c).(b)£46∙40.
(6)(27) Severe disability premium—(6)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 15(1);(a)£62∙45;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 15(2)—(b)
(i)if there is someone in receipt of a carer’s allowance or if any partner of the claimant satisfies that condition by virtue of paragraph 15(5);(i)£62∙45;
(ii)if no-one is in receipt of such an allowance.(ii)£124∙90.
(7) Disabled child premium.(7) £60∙90 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 16 are satisfied.
(8) Carer premium.(8) £34∙95 in respect of each person who satisfied the condition specified in paragraph 17.

(9)(28) Enhanced disability premium where the

conditions in paragraph 15A are satisfied.

(9)
(a)£24∙78 in respect of each child or young person in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 15A are satisfied;
(b)£15∙90 in respect of each person who is neither—
(i)a child or young person, nor
(ii)a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage,
in respect of whom the conditions specified in paragraph 15A are satisfied;
(c)£22∙85 where the claimant is a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage and the conditions specified in paragraph 15A are satisfied in respect of a member of that couple or polygamous marriage.

Article 24(6)

SCHEDULE 11Part IVB of Schedule 1 to the Jobseeker’s Allowance Regulations as amended by this Order

PART IVB(29)WEEKLY AMOUNTS OF PREMIUMS SPECIFIED IN PART IVA

PremiumAmount
20M.—(1) Pensioner premium where one member of a joint-claim couple has attained the qualifying age for state pension credit and the condition in paragraph 20E is satisfied.(1) £128∙40.
(2) Higher pensioner premium where one member of a joint-claim couple satisfies the condition in paragraph 20F.(2) £128∙40.
(3) Disability premium where one member of a joint-claim couple satisfies the condition in paragraph 20G(1).(3) £46∙40.
(4) Severe disability premium where one member of a joint-claim couple satisfies the condition in paragraph 20I(1)—(4)
(i)if there is someone in receipt of a carer’s allowance or if either member satisfies that condition only by virtue of paragraph 20I(4);(i)£62∙45;
(ii)if no-one is in receipt of such an allowance.(ii)£124∙90.
(5) Carer premium.(5) £34∙95 in respect of each person who satisfied the condition specified in paragraph 20J.
(6) Enhanced disability premium where the conditions in paragraph 20IA are satisfied.(6) £22∙85 where the conditions specified in paragraph 20IA are satisfied in respect of a member of a joint-claim couple.

Article 24(8)

SCHEDULE 12Applicable amounts specified in the Jobseeker’s Allowance Regulations

Column (1)Column (2)
Provisions in Jobseeker’s Allowance RegulationsSpecified Sum
Regulation 145(1)(30)Applicable amount to be reduced by a sum equivalent to 40 per cent. or, as the case may be, 20 per cent. of the specified amount.
Regulation 146G(1)(31)Applicable amount to be reduced by a sum equivalent to 40 per cent. or, as the case may be, 20 per cent. of the specified amount.
Schedule 2(32), paragraph 6(1)(b)Half the amount which would fall to be met by applying the provisions of sub-paragraph (a).
Schedule 2, paragraph 6(1)(c)Nil.
Schedule 2, paragraph 7(1)(b)Nil.
Schedule 2, paragraph 9The weekly amount of housing costs is the amount calculated by applying the formula—
Schedule 2, paragraph 10(4)(33)£100,000.
Schedule 2, paragraph 10(6)(a)A sum determined by applying the formula P x Q.
Schedule 2, paragraph 10(10)The qualifying portion of a loan shall be determined by applying the formula—
Schedule 2, paragraph 11(2)The standard rate is to be the average mortgage rate published by the Bank of England in August 2010 varied each time that sub-paragraph (2B) applies such that the average mortgage rate published on the reference day then becomes the new standard rate in accordance with sub-paragraph (2D).
Schedule 4, paragraph 4Nil.
Schedule 4, paragraph 14(34)Nil.
Schedule 4A(35), paragraph 3Nil.

Article 25(6)

SCHEDULE 13Other amounts specified in the State Pension Credit Regulations

Column (1)Column (2)
Provisions in State Pension Credit RegulationsSpecified Sum
Regulation 6(3)(a)Nil.
Regulation 6(3)(b)Nil.
Regulation 7(3)Nil.
Schedule 2(36), paragraph 7(1)The weekly amount of housing costs shall be calculated by applying the formula—
Schedule 2, paragraph 8(2)(37)£100,000.
Schedule 2, paragraph 8(4)(a)The sum shall be determined by applying the formula P x Q.
Schedule 2, paragraph 8(8)The qualifying portion of a loan shall be determined by applying the formula—
Schedule 2, paragraph 9(2)The standard rate is to be the average mortgage rate published by the Bank of England in August 2010 varied each time that sub-paragraph (2B) applies such that the average mortgage rate published on the reference day then becomes the new standard rate in accordance with sub-paragraph (2D).
Schedule 3, paragraph 2(2)(b)(38)Nil.

Article 26(2)

SCHEDULE 14Part 3 of Schedule 4 to the Employment and Support Allowance Regulations 2008 as amended by this Order

PART 3WEEKLY AMOUNT OF PREMIUMS SPECIFIED IN PART 2

PremiumAmount
11.—(1) Pensioner premium for a person to whom paragraph 5 applies who—(1)
(a)is a single claimant and—(a)
(i)is entitled to the work-related activity component,(i)£57∙20;
(ii)is entitled to the support component, or(ii)£49∙70;
(iii)is not entitled to either of those components;(iii)£86∙25;
(b)is a member of a couple and—(b)
(i)is entitled to the work-related activity component,(i)£99∙35;
(ii)is entitled to the support component, or(ii)£91∙85;
(iii)is not entitled to either of those components(iii)£128∙40.
(2) Severe disability premium—(2)
(a)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 6(2)(a);(a)£62∙45;
(b)where the claimant satisfies the condition in paragraph 6(2)(b)—(b)
(i)if there is someone in receipt of a carer’s allowance or if the person or any partner satisfies that condition only by virtue of paragraph 6(5),(i)£62∙45;
(ii)if no-one is in receipt of such an allowance.(ii)£124∙90.
(3) Carer Premium(3) £34∙95 in respect of each person who satisfies the condition specified in paragraph 8(1).

(4) Enhanced disability premium where the

condition in paragraph 7 is satisfied.

(4)
(a)£15∙90 in respect of each person who is neither—
(i)a child or young person, nor
(ii)a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage,
in respect of whom the condition specified in paragraph 7 is satisfied;
(b)£22∙85 where the claimant is a member of a couple or a polygamous marriage and the condition specified in paragraph 7 is satisfied in respect of a member of that couple or polygamous marriage.

Article 26(5)

SCHEDULE 15Applicable amounts specified in the Employment and Support Allowance Regulations 2008

Column (1)Column (2)
Provisions in Employment and Support Allowance Regulations 2008Specified Sum
Schedule 6(39), paragraph 8(1)(b)Half the amount which would fall to be met by applying the provisions of head (a).
Schedule 6, paragraph 8(1)(c)Nil.
Schedule 6, paragraph 9(1)(b)Nil.
Schedule 6, paragraph 11The weekly amount of housing costs is the amount calculated by applying the formula—
Schedule 6, paragraph 12(4)(40)£100,000.
Schedule 6, paragraph 12(6)(a)A sum determined by applying the formula P x Q.
Schedule 6, paragraph 12(10)The qualifying portion of a loan shall be determined by applying the formula—
Schedule 6, paragraph 12(12)(b)£150,000.
Schedule 6, paragraph 12(12)(c)£125,000.
Schedule 6, paragraph 13(2)The standard rate is to be the average mortgage rate published by the Bank of England in August 2010 varied each time that sub-paragraph (2B) applies such that the average mortgage rate published on the reference day then becomes the new standard rate in accordance with sub-paragraph (2D).

Article 28(2)

SCHEDULE 16Amounts of certain elements specified in the table in regulation 38 of the Universal Credit Regulations as amended by this Order

ElementAmount for each assessment period
Child element—
first child or qualifying young person£277∙08
second and each subsequent child or qualifying young person£231∙67
Additional amount for disabled child or qualifying young person—
higher rate£372∙30
LCW and LCWRA elements—
limited capability for work and work-related activity£318∙76
Carer element£151∙89
Childcare costs element—
maximum amount for one child£646∙35
maximum amount for 2 or more children£1,108∙04

Article 28(4)

SCHEDULE 17Other amounts specified in the Universal Credit Regulations

Column (1)Column (2)
Provisions in Universal Credit RegulationsSpecified Sum
Regulation 36(2) Step 2Apply the formula—
Schedule 4, paragraph 23(4)The allocated amount is to be found by applying the formula—
Schedule 4, paragraph 32

The amount of the renter’s housing costs element is to be calculated by reference to the formula—

Schedule 4, paragraph 34(4)Amount S is to be found by applying the formula—
Schedule 4, paragraph 35(2)The amount of the deduction is to be determined by the formula—
Schedule 4, paragraph 35(3)The relevant percentage is 14% in the case of one excess bedroom
Schedule 4, paragraph 35(4)The relevant percentage is 25% in the case of two or more excess bedrooms
Schedule 5, paragraph 10(2) Step 3£200,000
Schedule 5, paragraph 10(2) Step 4Apply the formula—
Schedule 5, paragraph 11(2) Step 2£200,000
Schedule 5, paragraph 11(2) Step 3Apply the formula—
Schedule 5, paragraph 12(1)The standard rate is the average mortgage rate published by the Bank of England which has effect for the purposes of paragraph 12 of Schedule 3 to the Income Support (General) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1987 varied each time that sub-paragraph (3) applies such that the average mortgage rate published on the reference day then becomes the new standard rate in accordance with sub-paragraph (5).
(1)

Paragraphs 2 and 2A were substituted for paragraph 2 by Article 4(2) of the Social Security (Incapacity for Work) (Northern Ireland) Order 1994 (S.I. 1994/1898 (N.I. 12))

(2)

Paragraph 5 was amended by paragraph 18(11) of Schedule 2 to the Pensions (Northern Ireland) Order 1995 (S.I. 1995/3213 (N.I. 22)) and paragraph 59 of Schedule 12 to the Pensions Act (Northern Ireland) 2015 (c. 5 (N.I.))

(3)

Part II was substituted by Article 51(2) of the Welfare Reform and Pensions (Northern Ireland) Order 1999 (S.I.1999/3147 (N.I. 11))

(4)

Paragraph 4 was amended by Article 2(2)(a)(vi) of S.R. 2002 No. 321

(5)

Paragraph 7 was amended by paragraph 68(b) of Schedule 12 to the Pensions Act (Northern Ireland) 2015

(6)

Paragraph 1A was inserted and paragraph 2 substituted by Article 4(5) of the Social Security (Incapacity for Work) (Northern Ireland) Order 1994

(7)

Paragraph 4A was inserted by paragraph 13 of Schedule 8 to the Welfare Reform and Pensions (Northern Ireland) Order 1999

(8)

Paragraphs 5 and 6 were amended by paragraph 18 of Schedule 1 to the Pensions act (Northern Ireland) 2008; see section 4 of that Act in relation to certain cases

(9)

Paragraph 9 was amended by Article 2(2)(a)(vii) of S.R. 2002 No. 321 and repealed by Part 2 of Schedule 4 to the Welfare Reform Act (Northern Ireland) 2010 (c. 13); see section 14 of that Act in relation to certain cases

(10)

Part V was amended by paragraph 41 of Schedule 1 to the Child Benefit Act 2005 (c. 6) and Article 71 to the Welfare Reform (Northern Ireland) Order 2015 (S.I. 2015/2006 (N.I. 1)). Widow’s and widower’s pension are payable in relation only to deaths occurring before 11th April 1988 (paragraph 14(1) of Schedule 7 to the Contributions and Benefits Act)

(11)

Sub-paragraph (1) was amended by regulation 18 of S.R. 1988 No. 318, regulation 2 of S.R. 1996 No. 476, regulation 2(1)(b) of S.R. 1999 No. 382 and regulation 2(8) of S.R. 2006 No. 128

(12)

Sub-paragraphs (2), (2A) and (3) were substituted by regulation 24(5)(g) of S.R. 2003 No. 191

(13)

Sub-paragraph (4) was amended by regulation 2(7)(h) of S.R. 2007 No. 154

(14)

Sub-paragraph (5) was amended by regulation 30(e) of S.R. 1988 No. 146 and paragraph 1 of the Schedule to S.R. 2002 No. 323

(15)

See S.R. 2003 No. 195 which omits provisions relating to children and young persons and makes transitional arrangements in connection with the introduction of child tax credit

(16)

Sub-paragraph (7) was added by regulation 6(e) of S.R. 1990 No. 346

(17)

Sub-paragraph (8) was added by regulation 2(c)(iii) of S.R. 2000 No. 367; see S.R. 2003 No. 195 which omits provisions relating to children and young persons and makes transitional arrangements in connection with the introduction of child tax credit

(18)

Regulation 22A was inserted by regulation 13 of S.R. 1996 No. 199 and paragraph (1) was amended by Article 9(2)(a) of S.R. 1999 No. 371 (C. 28), regulation 4(2)(a) of S.R. 2000 No. 4, paragraph 7 of Part I of the Schedule to S.R. 2002 No. 132 and regulation 4(4) of S.R. 2007 No. 396

(19)

Schedule 3 was substituted by Schedule 1 to S.R. 1995 No. 301; relevant amending Regulations are S.R. 1995 No. 434, S.R. 2001 No. 406, S.R. 2004 No. 461, S.R. 2010 No. 340 and S.R. 2016 No.44

(20)

Paragraph 11 is modified in relation to certain persons so that it applies as if the reference to £100,000 were to £200,000 (see S.R. 2008 No. 503)

(21)

Paragraph 2A was inserted by regulation 19(5) of S.R. 1990 No. 131 and substituted by regulation 3(3) of S.R. 2010 No. 58

(22)

Paragraph 15 was substituted by regulation 5(10)(b) of S.R. 2000 No. 71

(23)

Sub-paragraph (9) was amended by regulation 4(7)(b) of S.R. 2011 No. 136

(24)

Sub-paragraph (1) was amended by regulation 2 of S.R. 1996 No. 476, regulation 2(1)(b) of S.R. 1999 No. 382 and regulation 4(10) of S.R. 2006 No. 128

(25)

Sub-paragraph (2) was amended by regulation 5(5)(e) of S.R. 2010 No. 103

(26)

Sub-paragraph (5) was amended by regulation 3(8)(g) of S.R. 2007 No. 154

(27)

Sub-paragraph (6) was amended by paragraph 1 of the Schedule to S.R. 2002 No. 323

(28)

Sub-paragraph (9) was added by regulation 4(c)(iii) of S.R. 2000 No. 367

(29)

Part IVB was inserted by paragraph 53(4) of Schedule 2 to S.R. 2000 No. 350 and paragraph 20M was amended by regulation 4(c)(vi) of S.R. 2000 No. 367, regulation 2(7) of S.R. 2001 No. 120, paragraph 1 of the Schedule to S.R. 2002 No. 323, regulation 3(8)(l) of S.R. 2007 No. 154 and regulation 5(5)(j) of S.R. 2010 No. 103

(30)

Regulation 145(1) was amended by regulation 13(a) of S.R. 1996 No. 356 and regulation 28 of S.R. 1996 No. 358

(31)

Regulation 146G was inserted by regulation 2(3) of S.R. 2000 No. 350 and paragraph (1) was substituted by regulation 4(11) of S.R. 2010 No. 69

(32)

Relevant amending Regulations are S.R. 2001 No. 406, S.R. 2004 No. 461, S.R. 2010 No. 340 and S.R. 2016 No. 44

(33)

Paragraph 10 is modified in relation to certain persons so that it applies as if the reference to £100,000 were to £200,000 (see S.R. 2008 No. 503)

(34)

Paragraph 14 was substituted by regulation 10(7)(b) of S.R. 2000 No. 71

(35)

Schedule 4A was inserted by paragraph 57 of Schedule 2 to S.R. 2000 No. 350

(36)

Relevant amending Regulations are S.R. 2004 No. 461, S.R. 2007 No. 396 and S.R. 2010 No. 340

(37)

Paragraph 8(2) is modified in relation to certain persons so that it applies as if the reference to £100,000 were to £200,000 (see S.R. 2008 No. 503)

(38)

Paragraph 2 was substituted by regulation 7(5) of S.R. 2005 No. 580 and sub-paragraph (2) was amended by regulation 5(5) of S.R. 2006 No. 97

(39)

Relevant amending Regulations are S.R. 2008 No. 413, S.R. 2010 No. 340 and S.R. 2016 No. 44

(40)

Paragraph 12 is modified in relation to certain persons so that it applies as if the reference to £100,000 were to £200,000 (see S.R. 2008 No. 503)

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