(1) The amount of—
(a) any compensation awarded to a person under section 117(1) and (2), or
(b) a compensatory award to a person calculated in accordance with section 123,
shall not exceed [the amount specified in subsection (1ZA)].
[(1ZA) The amount specified in this subsection is the lower of—
(a) [£86,444], and
(b) 52 multiplied by a week's pay of the person concerned.]
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