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The Statutory Sick Pay (Rate of Payment) Regulations 1987

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3.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), where for any employee 5th April 1987 was a day of incapacity for work forming part of a period of incapacity for work and statutory sick pay was payable to him during that period of incapacity for work at the weekly rate of £39.20, for any day of incapacity for work —

(a)which falls on or after 6th April 1987, and

(b)which falls within the same period of incapacity for work, and

(c)in respect of which his employer is liable to make to him a payment of statutory sick pay,

that payment shall, notwithstanding section 7(1) of the 1982 Act, be made to him at the weekly rate of £39.20.

(2) For the purpose of determining in accordance with paragraph (1)whether a day of incapacity for work forms part of a period of incapacityfor work, and for that purpose only, section 2(3) of the 1982 Act shallbe omitted.

(3) Where a period of entitlement as between an employer and an employee is running at 6th April 1987 and the employee’s normal weekly earnings under his contract of service with that employer are not less than or treated in accordance with Article 3(a) of the Statutory Sick Pay Up-rating Order 1986(1)as not less than £74.50 they shall be treated as not less than £76.50 for the remainder of that period.

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