(1) This section applies for the purposes of sections 132 to 134.
(2) A standard case is a case which is not—
(a) a concealment case,
(b) an incapacity case, or
(c) a concealment case and an incapacity case.
(3) A concealment case in relation to an equality clause is a case where—
(a) the responsible person deliberately concealed a qualifying fact (as defined by section 130) from the worker, and
(b) the worker commenced the proceedings before the end of the period of 6 years beginning with the day on which the worker discovered (or could with reasonable diligence have discovered) the qualifying fact.
(4) A concealment case in relation to an equality rule is a case where—
(a) the employer or the trustees or managers of the occupational pension scheme in question deliberately concealed a qualifying fact (as defined by section 130) from the member, and
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