Local Government (Superannuation) Act, 1956


Pensionable Servants.

Register of pensionable servants.

30.—(1) A local authority shall maintain a register to be known as the register of pensionable servants (in this Part of this Act referred to as the register).

(2) Where, as respects a person who is not a pensionable servant of a local authority, on the expiration of any local financial year (including the local financial year ending on the commencement of this Part of this Act in relation to that local authority), he has had in that local financial year two hundred or more service days in relation to that local authority or to that local authority and any other local authority or local authorities, that local authority shall enter his name in the register unless, within one month after the expiration of that local financial year, he gives notice in writing to that local authority that his name is not to be so entered.

(3) Where a person who becomes a servant of a local authority was, immediately before becoming such servant, a pensionable officer of that or another local authority, a pensionable servant of another local authority or the holder of a position not under a local authority service in which is capable of being reckoned under this Act, the first-mentioned local authority shall enter his name in the register.

(4) A local authority shall keep at their principal office the register open at all reasonable times for inspection by their servants and by either—

(a) in the case of the corporation of a borough, the members of the council of the borough, or

(b) in any other case, the members of the local authority.