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The Personal Injuries (Civilians) (Amendment) Scheme 2006

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Schedule 1 Paragraph 5

SCHEDULE 3SCHEDULE TO BE SUBSTITUTED FOR SCHEDULE 4 OF THE PRINCIPAL SCHEME

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Article 27

SCHEDULE 4

Table

RATES OF PENSIONS AND ALLOWANCES PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF DEATH

Description of Pension or AllowanceRate
(*)

maximum

1.Pension to surviving spouses and surviving civil partners—

(a)under Article 27(1)

£102.20 per week

(b)under Article 27(2)

£24.49 per week

(c)under Article 27(3)

£68.42 per week
2.Rent allowance under Article 28£38.55 per week(*)
3.Allowance under Article 29 or 50 to an elderly surviving spouse and elderly surviving civil partner—

(a)if age 65 but under 70

£11.70 per week

(b)if age 70 but under age 80

£22.40 per week

(c)if age 80 or over

£33.20 per week
4.Pension under Article 30 to dependants who lived as spouses and dependants who lived as civil partners£1.00 per week(*)
5.Allowance under Article 33 in respect of each child under the age of 15—

(a)in respect of the only, elder or eldest child

£16.05 per week

(b)in respect of each other child

£17.95 per week

(c)where the child does not qualify for child benefit under the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 or under any legislation in Northern Ireland or the Isle of Man corresponding to that Act

£17.95 per week
6.Pension under Article 34(1) where the decision is made before 9th April 2001, to a motherless or fatherless child under the age of 15 and, where the decision is made on or after that date, under Article 34(2) to a child under the age of 15 with no parents living—

(a)in respect of the only, or elder or eldest child

£18.30 per week

(b)in respect of each other child

£20.10 per week

(c)where the child does not qualify for child benefit under the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 or underany legislation in Northern Ireland or the Isle of Man corresponding to that Act

£20.10 per week
7.Pension or allowance where the decision is made before 9th April 2001, under Article 35(3) and, where the decision is made on or after that date, under Article 35(2) to or in respect of a child aged 15 or over—

(a)where the child has attained the age of 18 and is incapable of self-support by reason of an infirmity which arose before he attained the age of 15

£78.50 per week(*)

(b)any other case—

(i)in respect of the only, elder or eldest child

£18.30 per week(*)

(ii)in respect of each other child

£20.10 per week(*)

(iii)where the child does not qualify for child benefit under the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992, or under any legislation in Northern Ireland or the Isle of Man corresponding to that Act

£20.10 per week(*)
8.Education allowance under Article 36£120 per annum(*)
9.Pensions to parents—

(a)minimum rate under Article 38(4)

£0.25 per week

(b)maximum rate under Article 38(4)

(i)where there is only one eligible parent

£1.00 per week

(ii)where there is more than one eligible parent

£1.38 per week

(c)increase under the proviso to Article 38(4)—

(i)where there is only one eligible parent

£0.38 per week(*)

(ii)where there is more than one eligible parent

£0.62 per week(*)
10.Pensions to other dependants—

(a)for each juvenile dependant under Article 39(4)

£0.30 per week(*)

(b)aggregate rate under Article 39(4)

£1.00 per week(*)

(c)under Article 39(5)

£1.00 per week(*)

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