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Scottish Parliamentary Pensions Act 2009

Rule 90: Multiple applications

366.Rule 90 entitles a participating member to make more than one application to the Fund trustees to buy added years. The Fund trustees can accept subsequent applications made by a participating member provided the application meets all the criteria set out in this Part.

367.The rule applies to applications to make payments by instalments or by lump sum. Subsequent applications need not specify the same payment method as a previous application.

368.In the event that a participating member is already paying for added years over a period of time by instalments and makes a subsequent successful application to buy more years paid for over a period of time by instalments, the periods of time when the payments are being made may overlap.

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