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1The Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 is amended as follows.E+W+S+N.I.
2In section 55 (pension increase or lump sum where entitlement to retirement pension is deferred) in subsection (2) for “paragraphs 4 to 7 make” substitute “ paragraph 4 makes ”.E+W+S+N.I.
3(1)Schedule 5 (pension increase or lump sum where entitlement to retirement pension is deferred) is amended as follows.E+W+S+N.I.
(2)Omit paragraph A1(4).
(3)In paragraph 2(5)(a) omit “, 5, 5A, 6 or 6A”.
(4)Omit paragraph 2A.
(5)In paragraph 3B(5)(b)(i) omit “or paragraphs 5 to 6A of this Schedule”.
(6)Omit paragraph 3C(5).
(7)In paragraph 4(1A) after “6A” (in each place) insert “ (as those provisions have effect by virtue of section 2(7) of the Pensions Act 2011) ”.
(8)In paragraph 7B(5)(b)(i) after “Schedule” insert “ (as those provisions have effect by virtue of section 2(7) of the Pensions Act 2011) ”.
4The following provisions are repealed—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)paragraph 40 of Schedule 1 to the Social Security (Incapacity for Work) Act 1994;
(b)paragraph 21(15) and (16) of Schedule 4 to the Pensions Act 1995;
(c)paragraph 7 of Schedule 11 to the Pensions Act 2004;
(d)paragraph 20 of Schedule 1 to the Pensions Act 2007.
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