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The Commonwealth Telegraphs (Cable and Wireless Ltd. Pension) Regulations 1955

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Application of regulation four of the Commonwealth Telegraphs (Pension Rights of Cable and Wireless Ltd. Staff) Regulations 1950

27.—(1) Where any person to whom Part III of these regulations applies elects under arrangements made between him or any staff association on his behalf and the Postmaster-General to remain a member of an existing pension scheme, and that election supersedes a previous election by him to become an established civil servant, and the trustees or other the persons administering that scheme receive the appropriate contributions to the scheme in respect of that person for the period between the date of transfer and the date of the subsequent election, then that person shall not be regarded for the purpose of regulation four of the Commonwealth Telegraphs (Pension Rights of Cable and Wireless Ltd. Staff) Regulations, 1950(1), (which specifies the terms on which transferees and other persons are entitled to remain members of the existing pension schemes) as having ceased to be entitled to remain a member of the existing pension scheme, by reason only that the whole or part of such contributions were not received by the trustees or other the persons administering the scheme until after the expiration of the said period.

(2) For the purpose of the application of paragraph (1) of the said regulation four to any person who is a transferee for the purpose of these regulations, the said paragraph shall have effect subject to any arrangements made between that person or any staff association on his behalf and the Postmaster-General as to the terms or conditions on which he may elect to remain a member of any of the existing pension schemes.


(1950 I, p. 395)

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