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Clause 13—(Compensation To Existing Officers Or Servants)

Volume 65: debated on Thursday 30 July 1914

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If in consequence of the passing of this Act or of anything done in pursuance or in consequence thereof any officer or servant of any locality who held office at the passing of this Act suffers any direct pecuniary loss by abolition of office, or by' diminution or loss of fees or salary, he shall be entitled to have compensation paid to him for such pecuniary loss by the local authority, and such compensation shall be determined pursuant to the provisions of Section one hundred and twenty of the Local Government Act, 1888.

Amendments made: Leave out the words "pursuant to the provisions of" ["shall be determined pursuant to the provisions of"], and insert instead thereof the words "in accordance with and subject to the conditions prescribed by."

At end of the Clause insert the words "and that Section, with the necessary adaptations, shall apply accordingly."—[ Mr. Dawes.]