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(1)If any person to whom this section applies is aggrieved by any decision taken by the administrators of a relevant pension scheme concerning—
(a)the interpretation of the rules of the scheme, or
(b)the exercise of any discretion under the scheme,
he shall have a right of appeal to the appropriate Minister against that decision.
(2)On deciding an appeal under this section, the appropriate Minister may give to the administrators such directions as he considers necessary or expedient for implementing his decision.
(3)The persons to whom this section applies are the following—
(a)any person to whom Part I above applies or has applied;
(b)the widow or widower, or any surviving dependant, of a person who served in qualifying judicial office but who has died; and
(c)where the decision relates to the question—
(i)whether a person who claims to be such a person as is mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b) above is such a person, or
(ii)whether a person who claims to be entitled to become a person to whom Part I above applies is so entitled,
the person so claiming.
(4)Regulations may make provision as to the manner in which, and time within which, appeals under this section are to be brought.
(5)The administrators shall be entitled to appear and be heard on any appeal under this section.
(6)In this section—
“regulations” means regulations made by the appropriate Minister;
“relevant pension scheme” means any scheme constituted under or by virtue of Part I or section 19 above for the payment of pensions or other benefits;
“rules”, in relation to a relevant pension scheme, means the provisions of Part I and section 19 above and of any regulations or orders made under or by virtue of that Part or that section.
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