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The Superannuation (Governors of Dominions, etc.) Rules 1949

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7.  Where an officer has elected to be pensioned under the provisions of section 1 and section 3 of the Pensions (Governors of Dominions, etc.) Act, 1911,—

(a)for the purposes of calculating the annual rate of any widow's pension or children's pension payable in respect of him under Part I of the Act, or any dependants' pension payable in respect of him under Part II of the Act, the expression “the rate of the superannuation allowance of the deceased in Part I of the Act, and the expression “the superannuation allowance of the nominatorin Part II of the Act, shall respectively be construed as meaning the annual rate of the superannuation allowance for which the officer had become eligible (whether such an allowance at that or any other rate had actually been granted or not), or, as the case may be, for which he would or might have become eligible on his retirement form the office of Governor, under section 3 of the Pensions (Governors of Dominions, etc.) Act, 1911, in respect of his service as a civil servant, any abatement falling to be made under Regulations made under subsection (4) of section 69 of the National Insurance Act, 1946, being left out of account;

(b)for the purpose of calculating the contribution payable in respect of him under section 9 and section 22 of the Act, references therein to the average annual amount of the salary and emoluments of a civil servant's, or a nominator's office, shall be construed as references to the average annual amount of the salary and emoluments received by the officer during the last three years of his service as a civil servant, and references therein to reckonable service shall be construed as references to service which is reckonable for the purposes of section 3 of the Pensions (Governors of Dominions, etc.) Act, 1911.

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