S.I. No 633 of 2007.


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S.I. 633 of 2007

PENSIONS ACT (NOTICE OF ALLEGED OFFENCE) REGULATIONS 2007

EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This note is not part of the Instrument and does not purport to be a legal interpretation.)

3A of the Pensions Act 1990 provides an alternative to the prosecution of certain offences under the Act. The new section 3A, which takes effect from 17 September 2007, provides that the Pensions Board may notify a person in writing that it is alleged that an offence has been committed and that if, within 21 days of the notice, the person has remedied the offence to the satisfaction of the Pensions Board and paid the appropriate fine, the prosecution will not be instituted.

These Regulations provide for the form of the notice to be issued in respect of an alleged offence and that the amount of such a fine shall be €2,000. These Regulations also take effect from 17 September 2007.

 


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