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THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPERANNUATION (ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS, 1948.

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Contributions of certain Employees

6.—(1) In the case of a Scottish contributory employee or Scottish local Act contributor to whom Article 4 of these Regulations applies and who, had he become an English contributory employee or an English local Act contributor by virtue of the employment in respect of which he is a Scottish contributory employee or Scottish local Act contributor, would, by virtue of Section 6 (1) (a) of the English Act or of any of the provisions of Part I of the Second Schedule to that Act or of such provisions contained in schemes made by English local Act authorities under subsection (1) of Section 26 of the English Act as are mentioned in paragraph (b) of that subsection, have been required to contribute to the superannuation fund relating to his employment an amount not exceeding five per cent. of the remuneration or the emoluments of his employment, the percentage of the remuneration or emoluments of his Scottish employment which shall be payable by way of contribution to the superannuation fund relating to that employment shall be five per cent.:

Provided that in the case of a Scottish local Act contributor subject to a local Act scheme under which the percentage contribution payable is less than five per cent., the percentage contribution payable shall be such smaller percentage contribution.

(2) A Scottish contributory employee to whom Article 4 of these Regulations applies shall not be required to make any contribution to the Scottish appropriate superannuation fund if, had he become an English contributory employee by virtue of the employment in respect of which he is a Scottish contributory employee, he would have been exempted from liability to contribute to the English appropriate superannuation fund by virtue of the proviso to subsection (1) of Section 6 of the English Act.

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