The fact that the person's gender has become the acquired gender1 does not affect the operation of the statutory provisions as to guaranteed minimum pension2 in relation to the person, except to the extent that its operation depends on the provisions as to revaluation3; and the following provisions4 have effect subject to that5.
If (immediately before the gender recognition certificate is issued) the person is a woman who is entitled to a guaranteed minimum pension but has not attained the age of 65: (1) the person is for the purposes the statutory provisions as to minimum pensions6 to be treated
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