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9. For rules A13 (compulsory retirement on account of age) and A14 (compulsory retirement on grounds of efficiency of brigade)(1), substitute–
A13. The normal pension age of employees of a fire and rescue authority appointed on terms under which they are or may be required to engage in fire-fighting is 55.
A14. A regular firefighter who–
(a)has attained the age of 50, and
(b)has, or but for an election under rule G3 or a failure to make an election under rule G2A would have, completed 25 years' pensionable service,
may be required by the fire and rescue authority to retire on the grounds that his retention in the fire and rescue service would not be in the general interests of its efficiency.”.
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