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The Local Government (Discretionary Payments and Injury Benefits) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2009

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Amendment of the Local Government (Discretionary Payments and Injury Benefits) (Scotland) Regulations 1998

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16.  For regulation 25(3)(b) (amount of children’s long-term compensation) substitute–

(b)in a case where at the time of the deceased’s death, the deceased was in a new employment in which he was a LGPS member, if that annual compensation were reduced in accordance with regulation 18 (reduction of annual compensation on cessation of new employment), on the assumption that the effective service referred to in regulation 18(5)(b)(ii) were the service he would be entitled to count as–

(i)reckonable service on the relevant assumptions if he had been, at the time of his death, a person such as is mentioned in regulation 26(1) of the LGPS Regulations (ill-health); or

(ii)total membership on the relevant assumptions if he had been, at the time of his death, a person such as is mentioned in regulation 20 of the Benefits Regulations (early leavers: ill-health)..

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