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For the purposes of the Education (Scotland) (Superannuation) Acts 1919 to 1937, and of any scheme made under the said Acts or any of them (hereinafter referred to as “the Scheme”)—
(a)a person who has given war service for part of the period between the date on which he was admitted or accepted for admission to preliminary training or to a training centre or college and the date on which he completed his course of training shall be deemed to be a teacher;
(b)war service shall be deemed to be service, provided that any period of war service rendered by a person to whom the foregoing paragraph applies shall be deemed not to have exceeded the period by which the completion of his course of training was thereby delayed and to have been given during the period immediately preceding the date of such completion;
(c)a teacher shall during any period of war service be deemed to be in receipt of a salary equal to such annual sum as in the opinion of the Secretary of State he would have received if he had been employed during that period in service other than war service.
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