Superannuation Act, 1834

Allowances to be calculated on average amount of salary received for the three years before superannuation.

12. Provided always that the superannuation allowance to be granted to any officer or person after the passing of this Act shall not be computed upon the amount of the salary enjoyed by him at the time of his retirement, unless he shall have been in the receipt of the same, or in the class from which he retires, for a period of at least three years immediately before the granting of such superannuation allowance; and in case he shall not have enjoyed his then existing salary or have been in such class for that period, such superannuation allowance shall be calculated upon the average amount of salary received by such person for three years next preceding the commencement of such allowance.

[Ss. 13–15 rep. 22 Vict. c. 26. s. 1. S. 16 rep. 50 & 51 Vict. c. 67. s. 14. S. 17 (providing for special allowances in special cases) rep. 22 Vict. c. 26. s. 1.]