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The Probation (Compensation) Regulations 1965

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Conditions for payment of long-term and retirement compensation

13.—(1) Without prejudice to any other requirement of these Regulations, nothing in these Regulations shall entitle a person to long-term or retirement compensation unless—

(a)he has suffered loss of employment or loss or diminution of emoluments attributable to any provision mentioned in Regulation 4 of these Regulations not later than ten years after the material date;

(b)he has made his claim for compensation in accordance with the provisions for making claims set out in Part VII of these Regulations not later than two years after the loss or diminution which is the cause of the claim; and

(c)if the cause of the claim for compensation is loss of employment—

(i)his employment was terminated for some reason other than misconduct or incapacity to perform such duties as immediately before the loss he was performing or might reasonably have been required to perform; and

(ii)he has not been offered any reasonably comparable employment as a probation officer or by a probation committee in connection with the work of probation officers or under the Crown or in the service of a local authority.

(2)  Regulation 7(2) and (3) of these Regulations as to offers of employment shall apply for the purposes of this Regulation.

(3) Claims for long-term and retirement compensation for loss of employment shall in all respects be treated as claims for such compensation for the loss of emoluments occasioned thereby and the provisions of these Regulations shall apply to all such claims accordingly.

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