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The Judicial Pensions (Preservation of Benefits) Order 1987

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  • Lord of Appeal in Ordinary.

  • Judge of the Supreme Court.

  • Judge of the Court of Session.

  • Judge of the Supreme Court of Northern Ireland.

  • Circuit Judge in England and Wales.

  • Recorder of London.

  • Common Serjeant.

  • Additional Judge of the Central Criminal Court.

  • Sheriff principal or salaried sheriff in Scotland.

  • Stipendiary magistrate in England and Wales.

  • Judge Advocate General who has elected that Section 9 of the Act of 1981 shall apply to him.

  • Chairman of the Scottish Land Court.

  • President of the Transport Tribunal.

  • Social Security Commissioner.

  • Master of the Supreme Court (Queen’s Bench Division).

  • Admiralty Registrar. Master of the Supreme Court (Chancery Division).

  • Master of the Supreme Court (Taxing Office).

  • Master of the Court of Protection.

  • Registrar, High Court in Bankruptcy.

  • Registrar of the Principal Registry, Family Division.

  • Registrar of Criminal Appeals.

  • Registrar of Civil Appeals.

  • County court registrar in England and Wales.

Article 12


  • Judicial Pensions (Preservation of Benefits) Order 1977: S.I. 1977/717.

  • Judicial Pensions (Preservation of Benefits) (No. 2) Order 1977: S.I. 1977/2102.

  • Judicial Pensions (Preservation of Benefits) (Amendment) Order 1977: S.I. 1977/2185. National Insurance Commissioners (Pensions) (Preservation of Benefits) Order 1978: S.I. 1978/407.

  • Judicial Pensions (Preservation of Benefits) (Amendment No. 2) Order 1986: S.I. 1986/946.

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