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Civil Aviation Act 2012

Section 99: Transitional and saving provision and Schedule 14: CAA membership: transitional and saving provision

304.Section 99 gives effect to Schedule 14, which makes transitional provision about serving members of the CAA, in particular for determining whether such a member is to be an executive or non-executive member of the CAA for the purposes of section 2 of, and Schedule 1 to, the CAA 1982 as amended by the Act. It also provides for the continuation of their terms and conditions. The CAA will be required to continue to make provision for the payment of pensions to current and former members for whom it is currently making such provision. The existing nomination of a member made under sections 66 and 67 of the TA 2000 will also continue.

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