(2)The pension to a constable on retirement who is partially incapacitated by infirmity of mind or body occasioned in the execution of his duty without his own default shall, in the case of accidental injury, be according to the following scale, that is to say,E+W+S+N.I.
(a)if he has completed not more than five years service, an annual sum not more than ten fiftieths of his annual pay; and
(b)if he has completed more than five and not more than ten years service, an annual sum not more than twelve fiftieths of his annual pay; and
(c)if he has completed more than ten years and not more than fifteen years service an annual sum not more than fifteen fiftieths of his annual pay; [F1and]
[F1(d)if he has completed fifteen years service, an annual sum not more than his annual pay:]
[F1Provided that if he has completed fifteen years service the pension shall not be less than the sum to which he is entitled under article one of this schedule.]
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