The general protection principle applies where:
(1) there is an interval between:
(a) the date ('the cessation date') which is the earlier of the date on which an earner1 ceases to be in pensionable service2 under a scheme that was, before the second abolition date3, a salary related contracted-out scheme4, and the date on which the earner attains pensionable age; and
(b) the date on which his guaranteed minimum pension5 under that scheme commences ('the commencement of payment date')6;
(2) the relevant sum7 exceeds his guaranteed minimum on the day after the cessation date8; and
(3) on the commencement
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