The general rule against forfeiture1 does not prevent forfeiture of a person's entitlement to a pension2 under an occupational pension scheme3 or right to a future pension under such a scheme by reference to the person having incurred some monetary obligation due to the employer4 and arising out of a criminal, negligent or fraudulent act or omission by the person5. Such forfeiture must not take effect where there is a dispute as to the amount of the monetary obligation in question, unless the obligation has become enforceable under an order of a competent court or in consequence of an
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