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The Local Government (Discretionary Payments) Regulations 1996

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9.—(1) Part VI applies in relation to the magistrates' courts committee for the inner London area as if that committee were a LGPS employer, and sub-paragraphs (2) to (5) have effect for modifying the application of that Part in relation to magistrates' courts committees and probation committees.

(2) The probation committee for an area other than the inner London area are to report any decision made by them under regulation 40, 41 or 42—

(a)to the body responsible for defraying the expenses of the committee; or

(b)where two or more bodies contribute to the defraying of those expenses, to each of those bodies.

(3) A magistrates' courts committee (other than the committee for the inner London area) are to report any decision made by them under regulation 40, 41 or 42 to the body who paid the employee’s remuneration.

(4) Where a report is made under sub-paragraph (2) or (3), regulation 45 has effect as if paragraph (7) of that regulation were omitted.

(5) Any decision made under regulation 40, 41 or 42 by—

(a)the probation committee for the inner London area; or

(b)the magistrates' committee for that area,

is to be reported by the committee to the Secretary of State, and has no effect until approved by him; and any gratuity granted by virtue of such an approved decision is to be paid by the Receiver for the Metropolitan Police District.

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