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The Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay (General) Regulations 2020

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 GENERAL

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Application

    3. 3.Interpretation

  3. PART 2 ENTITLEMENT

    1. 4.Conditions of entitlement to statutory parental bereavement pay

    2. 5.Number of weeks of pay

    3. 6.Options in respect of payment of statutory parental bereavement pay

    4. 7.Qualifying period

    5. 8.Notice and evidence requirements for statutory parental bereavement pay

    6. 9.Cases where there is no liability to pay statutory parental bereavement pay

    7. 10.Work during period of payment of statutory parental bereavement pay

  4. PART 3 CONDITIONS OF ENTITLEMENT RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT AND EARNINGS

    1. 11.Treatment of persons as employees

    2. 12.Continuous employment

    3. 13.Continuous employment and unfair dismissal

    4. 14.Continuous employment and stoppages of work

    5. 15.Modification for periods of employment between 25 and 26 weeks

    6. 16.Change of employer

    7. 17.Reinstatement after service with the armed forces

    8. 18.Treatment of two or more employers or two or more contracts of service as one

    9. 19.Normal weekly earnings

  5. PART 4 PAYMENT OF STATUTORY PARENTAL BEREAVEMENT PAY

    1. 20.Weekly rate of payment

    2. 21.Statutory parental bereavement pay and contractual remuneration

    3. 22.Avoidance of liability for statutory parental bereavement pay

    4. 23.Payment of statutory parental bereavement pay

    5. 24.Time when statutory parental bereavement pay is to be paid

    6. 25.Liability of the Commissioners to pay statutory parental bereavement pay

    7. 26.Liability of the Commissioners to pay statutory parental bereavement pay in cases of legal custody or imprisonment

    8. 27.Payments by the Commissioners

    9. 28.Persons unable to act

    10. 29.Service of notices

  6. Signature

  7. Explanatory Note

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