In relation to any period before the second abolition date1, the employment of an earner2 in employed earner's employment3 was 'contracted-out employment' in relation to him during that period if:
(1) the earner was under pensionable age4;
(2) the earner's service in the employment was service which qualified the earner for a pension provided by a salary related contracted-out scheme5; and
(3) there was in force a contracting-out certificate issued by the Commissioners for Revenue and Customs6 stating that the employment was contracted-out employment by reference to the scheme7.
In addition, in relation to any period before the first abolition
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