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The London Authorities (Superannuation) Order 1965

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9.—(1) The Middlesex Local Authorities Superannuation Joint Committee (in this article referred to as “the Committee”) shall cease to exist, and subject to the provisions of this order, the superannuation fund and any other property of the Committee shall be transferred to and vest in the corporation of the London borough of Richmond upon Thames and the fund shall, subject to the provisions of article 13, be carried to their superannuation fund.

(2) All liabilities attaching to the Committee (including any liabilities as pension authority within the meaning of the Pensions (Increase) Acts 1920 to 1962) with respect to the payment of superannuation benefits to or in respect of any former employee who was last employed by an authority mentioned in column (1) of schedule 3 or by any dissolved body to whose functions such authority has succeeded, including any liability with respect to the payment of superannuation benefits to a spouse or other dependant which arises after 1st April 1965 by reason of any surrender made before that date, shall attach to the authority mentioned opposite such first mentioned authority in column (2) of that schedule.

(3) All liabilities of the Committee, other than those referred to in paragraph (2) of this article, shall attach to the corporation of the London borough of Richmond upon Thames and the Committee shall be treated for the purposes of this order as a transferor authority and the said corporation as its successor authority, except that for the purposes of any matter mentioned in paragraph (2) of this article the appropriate authority mentioned in column (2) of schedule 3 shall be treated as the successor authority in relation to that matter.

(4) The accounts of the Committee and of its officers shall be made up to 31st March 1965 and shall be audited in like manner and subject to the like incidents and consequences as if this order had not been made;

provided that any sum certified by a district auditor at any such audit as due from any person shall be paid to the corporation of the London borough of Richmond upon Thames.

(5) Any sum standing to the credit of the Committee's administration fund shall be apportioned between the constituent authorities of the Committee in accordance with article 10 of the Middlesex Local Authorities Superannuation Scheme 1938, but the sum so apportioned shall be applied in settlement of the liability under paragraph 6 of schedule 4 of the authority mentioned opposite such constituent authority in column (2) of schedule 3.

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