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The Judicial Pension Scheme 1993 (JUPRA)FORTHCOMING DEVELOPMENT 1: There are plans to replace the existing judicial pension schemes with a reformed...
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Produced in partnership with Elizabeth Ovey of Radcliffe Chambers 22nd Aug
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Produced in partnership with Paul Carney of Shoosmiths 17th Aug
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Produced in partnership with David Gallagher of Fieldfisher 15th Aug
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Produced in partnership with Michael Hayles and Amy Davies of Burges Salmon LLP 15th Aug
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Central government outsourcing—Fair Deal 2013 and pensionsSpecial provisions normally apply to ensure a minimum level of pension protection for...
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Central government outsourcing contract—template pensions schedule1Interpretation1.1The following definitions and rules of interpretation apply in...
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