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The Diligence against Earnings (Variation) (No. 2) (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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Regulation 2(b)

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TABLE A: DEDUCTIONS FROM WEEKLY EARNINGS

Net earningsDeduction*
*

When applying a percentage the calculation should be done to two decimal places of a penny and the result rounded to the nearest whole penny, with an exact half penny being rounded down.

Not exceeding £95.77Nil
Exceeding £95.77 but not exceeding £346.15£4 or 19% of earnings exceeding £95.77, whichever is the greater
Exceeding £346.15 but not exceeding £576.92£47.57 plus 23% of earnings exceeding £346.15
Exceeding £576.92£100.65 plus 50% of earnings exceeding £576.92

TABLE B: DEDUCTIONS FROM MONTHLY EARNINGS

Net earningsDeduction*
*

When applying a percentage the calculation should be done to two decimal places of a penny and the result rounded to the nearest whole penny, with an exact half penny being rounded down.

Not exceeding £415Nil
Exceeding £415 but not exceeding £1,500£15 or 19% of earnings exceeding £415, whichever is the greater
Exceeding £1,500 but not exceeding £2,500.00£206.15 plus 23% of earnings exceeding £1,500
Exceeding £2,500£436.15 plus 50% of earnings exceeding £2,500

TABLE C: DEDUCTIONS FROM DAILY EARNINGS

Net earningsDeduction*
*

When applying a percentage the calculation should be done to two decimal places of a penny and the result rounded to the nearest whole penny, with an exact half penny being rounded down.

Not exceeding £13.64Nil
Exceeding £13.64 but not exceeding £49.32£0.50 or 19% of earnings exceeding £13.64, whichever is the greater
Exceeding £49.32 but not exceeding £82.19£6.78 plus 23% of earnings exceeding £49.32
Exceeding £82.19£14.34 plus 50% of earnings exceeding £82.19

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