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The Judicial Pensions (Preservation of Benefits) Order 1987

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Statutory Instruments

1987 No. 374


The Judicial Pensions (Preservation of Benefits) Order 1987


27th February 1987

Laid before Parliament

11th March 1987

Coming into Force

1st April 1987

The Lord Chancellor (in relation to England and Wales and Northern Ireland) and the Secretary of State for Scotland (in relation to Scotland), in exercise of the powers conferred on them by section 65 of the Social Security Act 1973(1) as the appropriate authorities designated for that purpose by the Treasury(2) in accordance with the said provisions, hereby make the following Order:—


Substituted for the Minister for the Civil Service by S.I. 1981/1670

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