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64.—(1) The provisions specified in paragraph (2) apply to pension credit members and awards payable to or in respect of them, but apart from where provision is made by this Part or a contrary intention is otherwise indicated—
(a)these Regulations do not apply to pension credit members as such or to benefits payable to or in respect of them as such,
(b)the benefits payable to or in respect of pension credit members as such are not aggregated for any purpose with benefits payable to or in respect of those persons in any other capacity, and
(c)the benefits payable to or in respect of pension credit members deriving their pension credit benefits from one pension debit member are not aggregated for any purpose with benefits payable to or in respect of those persons as pension credit members deriving their pension credit benefits from any other pension debit member.
(2) Those provisions are regulation 66 (appeal by a member of a home police force) and 68 (limitations on appeals).
(3) In the application of regulations 66 and 68 by virtue of this regulation—
(a)those regulations apply as if the references to the police authority were references to the relevant police authority, and
(b)the reference in regulation 66 to a person claiming an award in respect of a member of a particular description to whom that regulation applies includes a reference to a pension credit member whose pension credit is derived from the rights of a pension debit member of that description.
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