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Resident Magistrates' Pensions Act (Northern Ireland) 1960

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Retirement and pension Retiring age of resident magistrates. Every resident magistrate (whether appointed before or after the passing...

    1. Retirement and pension

      1. 1.Retiring age of resident magistrates.

      2. 2.Pensions of resident magistrates.

      3. 2A.(1) The provisions regulating the pensions which may be received...

    2. Lump sum on retirement or death

      1. 3.Lump sum on retirement or death.

      2. 3A.For the purpose of the calculation of any lump sum...

    3. Widows', surviving civil partners' and children's pensions

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

      2. 4A.

      3. 4A.Widowers' and surviving civil partners' pensions.

      4. 5.Widows', widowers' and surviving civil partners' pensions.

      5. 6.Children's pension: beneficiaries.

      6. 7.Meaning of “period of childhood and full-time education”.

      7. 8.Children's pension: rate and mode of payment.

    4. Contributions

      1. 8A.Contributions towards cost of pension etc

      2. 9.Contribution towards cost of widow's and children's pension.

      3. 9A.Voluntary contributions.

    5. Special cases

      1. 10.Resident magistrates serving again after retirement.

      2. 11.Resident magistrates already serving.

    6. General and financial

      1. 12.Allocation of part of pension to dependants.

      2. 13.Allocation by certain retired resident magistrates of part of their pensions to their wives.

      3. S. 14 rep. by 1993 c. 8

      4. 15.Effect of certain nullity decrees

      5. 16.Evidence as to health.

      6. 17.Application of Superannuation Acts.

      7. 18.Persons receiving other superannuation benefits.

      8. 19.Reckoning of unestablished service.

      9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

      10. 20.Construction of certain superannuation enactments.

      11. 21.Financial provisions.

      12. 21A.Appeals.

      13. 22.Interpretation.

      14. 23.Short title.

    1. SCHEDULE 1


      1. PART I

        1. 1.When the number of completed years of service as a...

        2. 2.Any period of service after twenty years shall not be...

      2. PART II

        1. 1.Where a person to whom paragraph (b) of sub-section (2)...

        2. 2.Where a person to whom paragraph (b) of sub-section (2)...

        3. 3.A pension calculated under this Part shall not exceed whichever...

        4. 4.In this Part “retiring salary” in relation to any employment...

    2. SCHEDULE 2


        1. General

          1. 1.In this Part of this Schedule “the commencement date” means...

        2. Service wholly before the commencement date

          1. 2.Subject to paragraph 3, no widower's pension shall be payable...

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

          1. 3.(1) A member who retires— (a) on or after 7th...

        4. Service partly before and partly after the commencement date

          1. 4.(1) No widower's pension shall be payable in respect of...


        1. General

          1. 5.In this Part of this Schedule— “the relevant date” means...

        2. Service wholly on or before the relevant date

          1. 6.No surviving civil partner's pension shall be payable in respect...

        3. Service on and after the relevant date

          1. 7.(1) A member who— (a) holds judicial office on the...

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