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The Local Government (Discretionary Payments) Regulations 1996

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13.—(1) Where an eligible person who has been granted a credited period under regulation 8 receives a termination payment to which this regulation applies—

(a)his lump sum compensation is only payable if, and to the extent that, after abatement under regulation 12, it exceeds the amount of the termination payment;

(b)if the termination payment exceeds his lump sum compensation after any such abatement, his annual compensation (after any necessary adjustments under regulations 12, 15, 16, 18 and 19) shall be reduced by the amount of the excess;

(c)if (apart from paragraph (a)) he is not entitled to receive lump sum compensation, his annual compensation (after any such necessary adjustments) shall be reduced by the amount of the termination payment.

(2) Where—

(a)the whole or part of the termination payment is received by a person after a period is credited to him under regulation 8; and

(b)his compensation has not been abated on account of that payment in accordance with paragraph (1),

his annual compensation (after any necessary adjustments under regulations 12, 15, 16, 18 and 19) shall be reduced by the amount received in respect of the termination payment.

(3) Where a person’s annual compensation falls to be reduced by an amount under paragraph (1)(b) or (c) or (2), no instalment of annual compensation becomes payable to him until the aggregate of reductions equals that amount.

(4) In this regulation “termination payment” means the aggregate amount of any lump sum payments made to the eligible person by his employing authority in consequence of or as compensation for the loss of his former employment (other than lump sum compensation or any payment which is an excepted payment in relation to that employment), being payments made under an enactment or a contract or arrangement with that authority.

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