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The Armed Forces Redundancy Scheme Order 2020

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Preliminary

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. PART 2 Establishment of the Armed Forces Redundancy Scheme 2020

    1. 2.Establishment of Armed Forces Redundancy Scheme 2020

  4. PART 3 Amendment of the Armed Forces Redundancy Scheme 2006

    1. 3.Amendment of the Armed Forces Redundancy Scheme Order 2006

    2. 4.Amendment of article 3 of the AFRS 2006 Order

    3. 5.Insertion of new article 3A in the AFRS 2006 Order

    4. 6.Amendment of article 4 of the AFRS 2006 Order

    5. 7.Amendment of article 6 of the AFRS 2006 Order

    6. 8.Amendment of article 7 of the AFRS 2006 Order

  5. PART 4 Amendment of the Armed Forces Redundancy Scheme 2010

    1. 9.Amendment of the Armed Forces (Redundancy, Resettlement and Gratuity Earnings Schemes (No. 2) Order 2010

    2. 10.Amendment of article 2 of the AFRS 2010 Order

    3. 11.Insertion of new article 2A in the AFRS 2010 Order

    4. 12.Amendment of article 3 of the AFRS 2010 Order

    5. 13.Amendment of article 6 of the AFRS 2010 Order

    6. 14.Amendment of article 9 of the AFRS 2010 Order

  6. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      THE ARMED FORCES REDUNDANCY SCHEME 2020

      1. PART 1 Interpretation and method of calculating periods of service

        1. 1.General interpretation

        2. 2.Meaning of “service reduction percentage”

        3. 3.Meaning of “final relevant earnings”

        4. 4.Meaning of “relevant earnings”

        5. 5.Meaning of “redundancy qualifying service”

        6. 6.Periods of service: method of calculation

      2. PART 2 Eligibility, entitlement and amount of compensation

        1. 7.Eligibility for a payment

        2. 8.Entitlement to a redundancy payment

        3. 9.Amount of payment: regulars on long service commitments leaving before EDP 2015 point

        4. 10.Amount of payment: regulars on long service commitments leaving after EDP 2015 point

        5. 11.Amount of payment: regulars on short service commitments

        6. 12.Amount of payment: reservists on FTRS commitments

        7. 13.Amount of payment: reservists on additional duties commitments

        8. 14.Effect of resuming armed forces service after receiving a redundancy payment

      3. PART 3 Special provision for eligible persons with AFPS 1975 service

        1. 15.Overview and application of this Part

        2. 16.Interpretation of this Part

        3. 17.Amount of payment: long service commitment – leaves before AFPS 1975 redundancy point

        4. 18.Amount of payment: long service commitment – leaves between AFPS 75 redundancy point and EDP 2015 point

        5. 19.Amount of payment: long service commitment – leaves after EDP 2015 point

        6. 20.Amount of payment: hybrid commitment – leaves before AFPS 1975 redundancy point

        7. 21.Amount of payment: hybrid commitment – leaves between AFPS 1975 redundancy point and EDP 2015 point

        8. 22.Amount of payment: short service commitment

      4. PART 4 Special provision for eligible persons with AFPS 2005 service

        1. 23.Overview and application of this Part

        2. 24.Interpretation of this Part

        3. 25.Amount of payment: long service commitment – leaves before EDP 2005 point

        4. 26.Amount of payment: long service commitment – leaves between EDP 2005 point and EDP 2015 point

        5. 27.Amount of payment: long service commitment – leaves after EDP 2015 point

        6. 28.Amount of payment: hybrid commitment – leaves before EDP 2005 point

        7. 29.Amount of payment: hybrid commitment – leaves between EDP 2005 point and EDP 2015 point

        8. 30.Amount of payment: short service commitment

  7. Explanatory Note

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