The following Pensions precedent Produced in partnership with Ginevra Gatrell of Gunnercooke LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
This Agreement is made on [date]
[ ] of [ ] (the ‘Administering Authority’);
[ ] of [ ] (the ‘Scheme Employer’);
[ ] of [ ] (the ‘Admission Body’); and
[ ] of [ ] (the ‘Guarantor’).
The Administering Authority is an administering authority within the meaning of the Regulations. It administers and maintains the Scheme in accordance with the Regulations and has the delegated function of making determinations under section 25(5) of the Public Service Pensions Act 2013 in relation to employees of admission bodies.
The Scheme Employer is a Scheme employer within the meaning of the Regulations.
The Admission Body is an admission body within the meaning of [ ] of Schedule 2 to the 2013 Regulations and intends to enter into the Admission Agreement.
The Guarantor has permission under Part IV of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 to accept deposits or to effect and carry out contracts of general insurance and has agreed to enter into this Agreement as a bond in a form acceptable to the Administering Authority [and the Scheme Employer].
NOW IT IS AGREED as follows:
The following expressions have the following meanings:
the Local Government Pension Scheme Regulations 2013, SI 2013/2356.
the admission agreement dated [ ] made between the Administering Authority[, the Scheme Employer] and the Admission Body to allow the Admission Body to be admitted to,
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