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RETIREMENT BENEFITS (PARLIAMENTARY SUPERANNUATION) REGULATIONS 2012 (S.R. 2012, NO. 119) - REG 48

PART 4 - Parliamentary Retiring Benefits – 1985 Scheme Division 1 - Preliminary Interpretation of Part 4

(1)  In this Part –
period of service , used in respect of a member to whom this Part applies, means the period, or the sum of the periods, during which that member was or is entitled to a parliamentary salary.
(2)  For the purposes of this Part, the period of service of a member is to be determined in accordance with the following provisions:
(a) where a member of the House of Assembly ceases to be a member of the House by reason of its dissolution or its expiry by the effluxion of time, he or she is taken to remain a member until the day fixed for the taking of the poll next following the dissolution or expiry of that House;
(b) subject to paragraph (a) , the actual period during which a person is a member is to be regarded as service for the purposes of this Part;
(c) broken periods of a member's service are to be aggregated and credited to the member.
(3)  For the purposes of regulation 61(1) , regulation 63(1) and (2) and regulation 65(1) , in calculating the number of years of service as a member, a part of a year of service is to be regarded as a full year of service.



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