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Reference: (1997) OPLR 53
The employer set up a standing order to pay contributions of GBP
5,000 per month into the trustees' bank account. However,...
Reference: (1997) OPLR 31
In March 1992, when the principal employer went into
receivership, the appellant was appointed as independent trustee of
Reference: (1996) OPLR 167
The complainant, Mr Stubbs, was informed in March 1993 that he
was to be made redundant with effect from 28 May 1993. On 22...
Reference: (1997) OPLR 99
This was a joint appeal against two determinations of the
Ombudsman against the NHS Pensions Agency. Both complaints centred
Reference: (1996) OPLR 231, (1997) OPLR 395
Mr Kural was an employee of Seifert Limited and a member of the
Seifert Pension Scheme. In December 1991...
Reference: (1996) OPLR 95, (1997) OPLR 61
Mr Haywood worked for the appellant City Council and was a
member of the Local Government Superannuation Scheme...
Reference: (1996) OPLR 129
Mr Wild was one of the trustees of an occupational pension
scheme. Mr Smith, the complainant, was the son of a member of that
Reference: (1995) OPLR 351
The two appellant companies were the successors in business to
two insurance companies. These companies were the insurers...
Reference: (1996) OPLR 291
When Hillsdown took over the Fatstock Marketing Corporation in
1983 there was a large surplus in the FMC Pension Scheme. The...
Reference: (1996) OPLR 141
The appellant company established a pension scheme for its
employees of which the company was the sole trustee and
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