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- Does the obligation to auto-enrol employees transfer under TUPE and if so, does liability for detriment claims and Pensions Regulator penalties also transfer if the transferor has failed to auto-enrol?
- Does a widow's pension, which the deceased nominated to his wife to receive upon his death, form part of the deceased's net estate for the purposes of a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975?
- Can a dependants' scheme pension be stopped and re-started?
- Is an employer obliged to consult with affected pension scheme members when it pays them one-off lump sums in return for stopping further accruals?
- How does an employer calculate its pension contributions under a defined contribution pension scheme for a zero hours worker on maternity leave?
Standard trust deed and rules
- Pension scheme trust deed and rules
- Deed of amendment: fixed protection 2016 and individual protection 2016
- Deed of amendment: abolition of salary-related contracting-out
- Deed of amendment: fixed protection 2014 and individual protection 2014
- Deed of amendment: automatic enrolment
- Deed of amendment: flexible apportionment arrangements
- General deed of amendment
Visit our Brexit landing page for a collection of content on the legal implications of the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
- Lifetime ISA legislation receives Royal Assent
- Lump-sum death benefits: provision-of-information regulations laid before Parliament
- Mr Y (PO-8890): transfers: administrators' responsible pro rata for delays "within their control"
- High Court: Warning notice challenge should be through statutory procedure, not by judicial review
- Danvers v HMRC: Upper Tribunal dismisses appeal against unauthorised payments charge on third party loan
For an article considering the implications of the UK leaving the EU for pensions schemes and their sponsors, see Article, Brexit: what pension schemes and sponsors need to know now.
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