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National Health Service (Superannuation) (England and Scotland) Regulations 1948

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Transfer Values payable to and by the Secretary of State

6.—(1) Where a person becomes an employee of a Scottish employing authority after ceasing to be an English contributory employee or local Act contributor, the like transfer value (if any) shall be payable to the Secretary of State out of the fund in relation to which the person was a contributor by the authority maintaining that fund as would have been payable to the Minister of Health by virtue of the English regulations had the person become an employee of an English employing authority.

(2) Where a person becomes an employee of a Scottish employing authority after ceasing to be an English teacher, the like transfer (if any) shall be payable by the Minister of Education to the Secretary of State as would have been payable to the Minister of Health by virtue of the English regulations had the person become an employee of an English employing authority after ceasing to be a contributory employee.

(3) Where a person becomes an English contributory employee or local Act contributor after ceasing to be an employee of a Scottish employing authority, the like transfer value (if any) shall be payable by the Secretary of State to the authority maintaining the fund in relation to which the person so becomes a contributory employee or local Act contributor as would have been payable by virtue of the Scottish regulations had the person become a Scottish contributory employee.

(4) Where a person becomes an English teacher after ceasing to be an employee of a Scottish employing authority the like transfer value (if any) shall be payable by the Secretary of State to the Minister of Education as would have been payable by the Secretary of State by virtue of the Scottish regulations had the person become a Scottish contributory employee.

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