Army Pensions Act, 1937


Special dependants' allowances and special gratuities.

Special dependants' Allowances.

Deceased persons in respect of whom this Part of this Act applies.

34.—This Part of this Act applies in respect of every deceased person who was a member of an organisation to which Part II of the Act of 1932 applies and who complies with one of the following conditions, that is to say:—

(a) such person was killed while engaged in military service and was so killed in circumstances attributable to such military service;

(b) such person was engaged in pre-truce military service only and received a wound attributable to such service and died within four years after receiving such wound and his death was due to such wound;

(c) such person was engaged in pre-truce military service only and died before the 11th day of July, 1925 and his death was due to disease attributable to such service;

(d) such person—

(i) was engaged in post-truce military service (either in addition to or without pre-truce military service), and

(ii) died, before the date of the passing of this Act, from a wound attributable to pre-truce military service, or post-truce military service, or a disease attributable to pre-truce military service or post-truce military service or pre-truce military service and post-truce military service.