The Social Security (Industrial Injuries) (Dependency) (Permitted Earnings Limits) Order 1995

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Published: 1995-03-07

Statutory Instruments
1995 No. 581

SOCIAL SECURITY
The Social Security (Industrial Injuries) (Dependency) (Permitted Earnings Limits) Order 1995

Made
7th March 1995

Laid before Parliament
14th March 1995

Coming into force
10th April 1995

The Secretary of State for Social Security, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 175(1) of, and paragraph 4(5) of Schedule 7 to, the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992(1) and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Order:

Citation and commencement

1.  This Order may be cited as the Social Security (Industrial Injuries) (Dependency) (Permitted Earnings Limits) Order 1995 and shall come into force on 10th April 1995.

Increase of earnings limits in respect of dependent children

2.  In paragraph 4 of Schedule 7(2) to the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992—

(a)in sub–paragraph (4)(a) for the amount of £120 there shall be substituted the amount of £125; and

(b)in sub–paragraph (4)(b) for the amount of £120 there shall be substituted the amount of £125.

Signed by authority of the Secretary of State for Social Security.

William Hague
Minister of State,
Department of Social Security
7th March 1995

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Order)
Where a disablement pension with unemployability supplement is increased in respect of a child and the beneficiary is one of two persons who are spouses residing together or an unmarried couple, paragraph 4(4) of Schedule 7 to the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 provides that the increase shall not be payable in respect of the first child if the other person’s earnings are £120 a week or more and in respect of a further child for each complete £16 where the earnings exceed £120. This Order substitutes the amount of £125 for the amount of £120. The amount of £16 is unchanged.
This Order does not impose any costs on business.


(1)
1992 c. 4.

(2)
The figures in paragraph 4(4) were up–rated by article 2 of S.I. 1992/524 and article 2 of S.I. 1993/722.
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