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The Federated Superannuation System for Universities (War Service) Regulations 1949

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2.—(1) In these Regulations:

(a)officer” means a person employed in the Civil Service of the State on or after 26th July, 1946, who is subject to a superannuation scheme operated under the Federated Superannuation System for Universities;

(b)war period” means the period beginning with the 3rd day of September, 1939, and ending with such date as the Treasury may, for the purposes of Section I of the Act, appoint;

(c)war service” means whole time service during the war period in the armed forces of the Crown, in the Merchant Navy or in the Mercantile Marine, or in any of the Women's Services specified in the First Schedule to the Act;

(d)non-effective payincludes naval, military or Air Force pensions, retired pay and gratuities (other than war gratuities, to which Section 23 of the Finance (No. 2) Act, 1945, which exempts war gratuities from income tax, applies);

(e)excess remuneration” means in relation to a retired officer of the armed forces of the Crown who is re-employed in those forces, any service pension drawn in respect of such period of re-employment, or in addition to the normal pay attaching to the post in which the officer is re-employed which is granted by reason of the officer's former employment in those forces;

(f)Department” means the Minister or other person in charge of the Department in which an officer is employed;

(g)notional salary” means in the case of any officer to whom these Regulations apply the salary which the Treasury shall determine to be the amount of the salary and emoluments which the officer might have received if during the period of his war service he had been employed in the Civil Service of the State in the class in which he was in fact appointed after such war service.

(2) The Interpretation Act, 1889, shall apply to the interpretation of these Regulations as it applies to the interpretation of an Act of Parliament.

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