Local Government (Superannuation) Act, 1956

Officer or servant of local authority becoming civil servant.

67.—(1) Where a pensionable officer or pensionable servant (being a pensionable servant having not less than ten years of pensionable local service) of a local authority is appointed to an established position in the civil service, his pensionable local service (exclusive of any such service such as is referred to in paragraph (f) of subsection (1) of section 11 or paragraph (f) of subsection (1) of section 34 of this Act) shall be deemed for the purposes of the Superannuation Acts to be service by him in an established position in the civil service.

(2) Where, under the Superannuation Acts and under the enactments (including this Act) relating to the grant of superannuation and compensation for loss of office to officers or servants of local authorities, the benefits accruing or the conditions qualifying persons for benefit are different, the Minister for Finance may determine that specified modifications corresponding to that difference shall be made for any particular case to which subsection (1) of this section applies in any amount to be granted under the Superannuation Acts, and the modifications so determined shall be made accordingly.