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The Police Pensions (Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2008

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The Police Pensions (Purchase of Increased Benefits) Regulations 1987

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28.  In paragraph 1(b) of regulation 2 (interpretation) for the definition of “retirement date” substitute–

“retirement date” in relation to the period from–

(a)

1st February 1988 to 30th September 2006 and at any particular time during that period, means, in relation to a regular policeman, the date on which he could be required to retire on account of age if he continued to serve as such without change of rank or transfer from one force to another, disregarding any postponement of that date under regulation A18(2) of the principal Regulations effected after that time; and

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from 1st October 2006 and at any particular time on or after 1st October 2006, means, in relation to a regular policeman–

(i)

the date on which he would attain his relevant voluntary retirement age under the principal Regulations (if he has one) if he continued to serve as such without change of rank or transfer from one force to another; or

(ii)

where he does not have a relevant voluntary retirement age, the date on which he attains the age of 65;.

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