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Agriculture Act (Northern Ireland) 1949

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31Meaning of “transferred officer”.N.I.

In this Part of this Act the expression “transferred officer” means an officer of a committee of agriculture appointed by the council of a county for the purposes of Part II of the Act of 1899 who, by virtue of sub-section (1) of section one of the Act of 1939, was transferred to the employment of the Ministry.

32Provisions as to transferred officers having rights under the 1925 Scheme.N.I.

(1)Subject to the provisions of the next two succeeding sections, where at the passing of this Act a transferred officer—

(a)is in the employment of the Ministry; and

(b)is an officer to whom the Agricultural and Technical Teachers' Superannuation Scheme, 1925 (in this Part of this Act referred to as “the Scheme”) applies;

the Superannuation Acts shall apply to him notwithstanding that, by virtue of his transfer to the employment of the Ministry under the Act of 1939, he has been admitted into the civil service without a certificate from the Civil Service Commissioners for Northern Ireland.

(2)For the purposes of section three of the Superannuation Act (Northern Ireland), 1925 [1925 c.28] (which, as amended by section three of the Teachers' Superannuation Act (Northern Ireland), 1936 [1936 c.26] , provides for the reckoning of prior pensionable service of certain teachers who become civil servants) a transferred officer to whom the Superannuation Acts apply by virtue of the preceding sub-section, shall be deemed to become a civil servant at the passing of this Act.

Ss.33‐37 rep. by SLR 1980

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