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Church of England (Pensions) Measure 1988 (No. 4)

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10Provisions supplementary to ss. 7 to 9

(1)An actuary in certifying the proper rate of benefits to be paid under section 7, 8, or 9 of this Measure may take into account any arrears of contributions which have not been paid, and section 35(4) of the 1961 Measure shall not apply to any such arrears.

(2)A contribution paid under section 11 or 14 of the 1961 Measure shall in no circumstances be repaid to the clerk by whom it was paid.

(3)Nothing in this Measure shall affect the benefits payable on death in respect of contributions or any other sum paid under section 11, 13 or 14 of the 1961 Measure by a clerk who is alive on the date on which the relevant section ceases to have effect but has before that date ceased to pay those contributions, for whatever reason.

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