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Judicial Pensions Act (Northern Ireland) 1951

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Part I (ss. 1, 2) rep. by 1959 c. 7...

  3. PART II Lump Sums and Widows' and Children's Pensions

    1. Application of Part II

      1. [3.Application of Part II

      2. 3A.For the purpose of the calculation of any derivative benefit...

    2. Reduction of pension in return for lump sum

      1. S. 4 rep. by 1959 c. 25 (NI); SLR (NI)...

      2. 5.Lump sum on retirement or death.

    3. Widows', Surviving Civil Partners' and Children's Pensions

      1. 6.Power to grant widows', surviving civil partners' and children's pensions

      2. 6A.Widowers' and surviving civil partners pensions .

      3. 7.Widows', widowers' and surviving civil partners' pensions

      4. 8.Children's pension: beneficiaries.

      5. 9.Meaning of “period of childhood and full-time education”.

      6. 10.Children's pension: rate and mode of payment.

    4. Contributions

      1. 11.Contribution towards cost of widow's and children's pension.

      2. 11A.Voluntary contributions.

    5. Special cases

      1. 12.Persons serving again after retirement.

      2. 13.Persons already serving.

    6. Supplemental

      1. 14.Savings for allocation of pension and for reduction of pension under National Insurance Act.

      2. 15.Effect under this Act of certain nullity decrees

      3. [16.Departmental recommendation required in certain cases.

      4. 17.Consequential provisions for reduction of personal pension.

      5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

      6. 18.Incidence of liability in respect of benefits under this Part of this Act.

  4. Part III (s. 19) spent

  5. PART IV General

    1. 20.Satisfactory health requisite for certain appointments.

    2. 21.Financial provisions.

    3. 22.Interpretation.

    4. 23.Short title.


    1. First Schedule rep. by 1959 c. 25 (NI)

    2. Second Schedule—para. 1 spent; paras. 2, 3 rep. by 1959 c. 25 (NI); para. 4...

    3. Schedule



      1. 1.Save as otherwise directed by this Schedule, any derivative benefit shall be paid out of...

      2. 2.If the personal pension is or would be payable out of the Consolidated Fund, the...

      3. Para. 3 rep. by 1962 c. 9 (NI)

      4. Para. 3 rep. by 1962 c. 9 (NI)

      5. 4.(1) Any refund of the half of a lump sum under section thirteen of this...

      6. 5.In this Schedule any reference to a lump sum shall be construed as a reference...



      1. General

      2. 1.In this Schedule— “the commencement date” means the date on which Schedule 1 to the...

      3. Service wholly before the commencement date

      4. 2.Subject to paragraph 3, no widower's pension shall be payable in respect of a member...

      5. Members retiring between 7th December 1989 and commencement date

      6. 3.(1) A member who retires— (a) on or after 7th December 1989; but (b) before...

      7. Service partly before and partly after the commencement date

      8. 4.(1) No widower's pension shall be payable in respect of a member who— (a) holds...

    6. SCHEDULE 4A


      1. General

      2. 1.In this Schedule— “the relevant date” means 4th December 2005; and “member” means a person...

      3. Service wholly on or before the relevant date

      4. 2.No surviving civil partner's pension shall be payable in respect of a member who retires...

      5. Service on and after the relevant date

      6. 3.(1) A member who— (a) holds judicial office on the relevant date; and (b) continues...

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