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Ordination of Women (Financial Provisions) Measure 1993 (No. 3)

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1Entitlement to residential and financial benefit

(1)Subject to the provisions of this Measure, every person to whom this section applies shall be entitled, on application, to—

(a)participate, in accordance with section 2 below, in any church housing scheme; and

(b)receive from the Board financial benefit consisting of—

(i)a resettlement grant in accordance with section 3 below; and

(ii)periodical payments in accordance with section 4 below.

(2)This section applies to every clerk in Holy Orders, deaconess or licensed lay worker who—

(a)was in whole-time stipendiary ecclesiastical service (being service which is pensionable service for the purposes of the pensions regulations) within the Province of Canterbury (including the Diocese in Europe) or the Province of York at the relevant date or at any time during the period of six months immediately preceding that date;

(b)at the relevant date has performed a period of such ecclesiastical service of not less than five years or a succession of periods of such ecclesiastical service (whether with or without intervals) amounting in the aggregate to not less than five years;

(c)within the period commencing six months immediately before the relevant date and ending ten years immediately after that date has ceased to be in such ecclesiastical service consequent on his resigning therefrom;

(d)within the period of ten years immediately after the relevant date has made a declaration in the form set out in the Schedule to this Measure stating that he would not have resigned but for his opposition to the promulgation of the relevant Canon;

(e)has not attained the retiring age;

(f)is not in receipt of a pension under the pensions regulations.

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