PENSIONS (PRIME MINISTER) ACT*

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   1   Short title

   2   Interpretation

   3   Prime Minister's right to pension

   4   Rate of Prime Minister's Pension

      Allowances payable to person in receipt of Prime Minister's pension

   5   Widow's pension

   6   Children's pension

   7   Source and method of payment of pensions

   8   Protection of pensions

      SCHEDULES

 

THE PENSIONS (PRIME MINISTER) ACT

[Date of Commencement: 28th June, 1965]

Acts
24 of 1965,
52 of 1974,
35 of 2005,
2 of 2008.

1   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the Pensions (Prime Minister) Act.

2   Interpretation

   (1) In this Act-

   "entitled child" means a person who-

   (a)   has not attained the age of nineteen years; or

   (b)   while being paid a pension, has not attained the age of twenty-three years and is pursuing-

         (i)   a course in full time instruction at any educational establishment approved for the purpose by the Minister responsible for education; or

         (ii)   a course of instruction as an apprentice in any trade, profession or vocation under articles entered into for a period of not less than two years, hereinafter referred to as higher education, so, however, that, if the person ceases to pursue the course of higher education before attaining the age of twenty-three years, he shall cease to be an entitled child at the date of such cessation;

[35/2005 s 2**.]

   "legislator" means a person who-

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