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(1)The Secretary of State may make, in accordance with this section, grants out of money provided by Parliament towards expenditure incurred, whether before or after the commencement of this Act, by the [F2British Coal [F1Corporation] (in this Act referred to as “theCorporation”)] under or for the purposes of the industry’s pneumoconiosis compensation scheme.
(2)The total of grants under this section shall not exceed [F3£107 million].
(3)No grant shall be made under this section towards any expenditure incurred by the [F1Corporation] in paying benefits under the industry’s pneumoconiosis compensation scheme to or in respect of any person unless it appears to the Secretary of State—
(a)that that person became entitled before 1st October 1974, in respect of pneumoconiosis contracted by him, to such other description of benefit as, in accordance with the scheme, qualifies him, or any other person in respect of him, to benefit under the scheme; or
(b)that, in a case where paragraph (a) above does not apply, pneumoconiosis contracted by that person would be treated, for the purposes of a claim to any such other description of benefit as is referred to in that paragraph, as having developed on a date before 1st October 1974.
(4)In this section “the industry’s pneumoconiosis compensation scheme” means—
(a)the scheme set out in the Schedule to an agreement dated 13th September 1974 and made between the Board and the National Union of Mineworkers, the National Association of Colliery Overmen Deputies and Shotfirers and the British Association of Colliery Management; and
(b)any variation of that scheme (whether operating by way of amendment or replacement of that scheme or otherwise) which is for the time being approved by the Secretary of State, with the consent of the Treasury.
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