NOTE - This version includes all amendments to the LGPS (Transitional Provisions and Savings) (Scotland) Regulations 2014 up to and including the amendments made through Statutory Instrument 2015 No. 448.

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SCOTTISH STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
2014 No. 233 [As last amended by SSI 2015 No. 448]

PUBLIC SERVICE PENSIONS

The Local Government Pension Scheme (Transitional Provisions and Savings) (Scotland) Regulations 2014

Made - - - - 21st August 2014

Laid before the Scottish Parliament 22nd August 2014

Coming into force - - 1st April 2015

CONTENTS

1. Citation, extent, commencement and interpretation

2. Revocation of Regulations

3. Membership before 1st April 2015

4. Statutory underpin

5. Membership of the 2015 Scheme

6. Admission agreements

7. Qualifying service for the 2015 Scheme

8. Pensionable pay

9. Transfers

10. Interfund adjustments etc.

11. Retirement benefits

12. Ill-health retirement

13. Lump sum commutation

14. Contributions

15. Additional contributions

16. Annual allowance

17. Survivor benefits

18. The 85 year rule

19. Appropriate funds

20. Pension sharing

21. Mis-sold personal pensions

22. Scheme employers’ obligations

23. Decisions and adjudications of disagreements

24. Special cases

25. Pension increases under the Pensions (Increase) Acts

25A. Employer payments for historic liabilities

26. Final Pay and Certificate of Protection

SCHEDULE 1 — Revocations

SCHEDULE 2 — Transitional provision – the 85 year rule

The Scottish Ministers make the following Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by section 7 of the Superannuation Act 1972 (1) (“the 1972 Act”) and section 1 of the Public Service Pensions Act 2013 (2) (“the 2013 Act”) and all other powers enabling them to do so.

In accordance with section 7(5) of the 1972 Act, they have consulted such associations of local authorities as appeared to them to be concerned, such local authorities with whom consultation appeared to them to be desirable, and such representatives of other persons likely to be affected by these Regulations as appeared to them to be appropriate

In accordance with section 21 of the 2013 Act, they consulted the representatives of such persons as appeared to them likely to be affected by these Regulations.