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The Justices of the Peace Act, 1949 (Compensation) Regulations 1954

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4.  These Regulations apply to any person who on the sixteenth day of December, 1949—

(a)was the holder of an office in respect of which he was paid a salary by a county or borough council; or

(b)was employed by the holder of any such office to assist him in the performance of the duties of that office; or

(c)would have been within one of the foregoing sub-paragraph but for any national service or war service on which he was then engaged,

and, being immediately before the material date a whole-time officer or a part-time officer, suffers the loss of one of the following offices or employments, that is to say, the office of clerk of the peace or justices' clerk or employment in assisting the holder of such an office in the performance of the duties of that office or, being immediately before the material date a whole-time officer, suffers a diminution of emoluments in respect of any such office or employment which loss or diminution of emoluments is attributable to—

(i)the coming into operation of section ten of the Act, or

(ii)the making of an Order under section eighteen of the Act, or

(iii)the grouping of clerkships under a justices' clerk.

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