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The Redundant Association Officers Compensation Regulations 1967

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PART VIPAYMENTS ON DEATH

Application of this Part of these Regulations

22.  This Part of these regulations applies to persons who

(a)had been for a period of not less than eight years immediately before the qualifying date continuously engaged (which for the purposes of this regulation means engaged without breaks of more than twelve months at any one time) for the whole or part of their time in relevant employment;

(b)had suffered loss of employment or diminution in emoluments as pensionable officers of Associations, and in the opinion of the Secretary of State the loss or diminution was due to a relevant cause;

(c)had at the date of the loss of employment or diminution in emoluments not attained normal retiring age; and

(d)have died since the loss or commencement of the diminution.

Continuation of retirement compensation where pension continues after death

23.  If a pension which has been payable to a person to whom this Part of these regulations applies continues by virtue of the relevant pension scheme to be paid to his personal representatives for a period after the death or a part of the pension continues to be so paid, retirement compensation or a proportionate part of retirement compensation as appropriate may continue to be paid for a like period.

Other payments on death

24.—(1) If the personal representatives of, or the widow, child or other dependant of, a person to whom this Part of these regulations applies receive a payment under the relevant pension scheme by reason of the death of that person, and that payment is calculated by reference to contributions which have been made to that scheme, or is made by virtue of a policy of assurance effected under the scheme, the premiums of which policy are defrayed by contributions thereto, an additional sum may be paid by the Secretary of State which shall not exceed the sum calculated in accordance with paragraph (2) of this regulation.

(2) The maximum sum payable under this regulation shall be the equivalent of the difference between the sum paid under the relevant pension scheme and the sum which would have been paid if there had been made the further contributions or increased contributions deemed to have made in accordance with regulation 18 for the purpose of computing the amount of retirement compensation which might have been paid to the deceased person, not being contributions deemed to have been made during any part of the period specified in that regulation which extends beyond his death.

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