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87.—(1) A person is not entitled to a repayment under regulation 86(1) if–
(a)he becomes a member again within one month and one day (otherwise than in employment he held concurrently with the employment in which he was previously a member);
(b)he left his employment in consequence of–
(i)an offence of a fraudulent character; or
in connection with this employment; or
(c)regulation 117(2) applies.
(2) However, where paragraph (1)(b) applies the employing authority may direct the payment out of the appropriate fund to him or, in a case of an offence of a fraudulent character, to him or to his spouse or any dependant of his, of a sum equal to all or part of his contributions.
(3) A person is not entitled to a repayment under regulation 86(1) if–
(a)he is for the time being entitled to be paid, or has been paid, a benefit under regulation 26(3) (ill-health grants) or an ill-health retirement grant under regulation E4 of the 1987 Regulations;
(b)a transfer value has been credited to the appropriate fund for him.
(4) A person who is entitled to a repayment under regulation 86(1)(a) ceases to be entitled to it if he returns to local government employment before receiving it.
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