An employer1 contravenes the statutory prohibition on inducements2 if the employer takes any action for the sole or main purpose of: (1) inducing a worker3 to give up membership of a relevant scheme4 without becoming an active member5 of another relevant scheme with effect from the day after the membership is given up or a day within the prescribed6 period (if a period is prescribed); or (2) inducing a jobholder7 to give a notice of opting out8 without becoming an active member of a qualifying scheme with effect from the day on which the jobholder
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