Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act
Marginal note:Manner of payment
57 (1) Every amount required to be paid by a member pursuant to section 11 or 33 shall be paid at the option of that member
(a) in a lump sum, at the time of the making of the election; or
(b) in instalments, payable on such terms and conditions as are provided for by the regulations and in amounts established using such bases as to mortality and interest as are prescribed.
Marginal note:Recovery of amounts due
(2) Where any amount payable by a member or former member under a provision of this Act has become due but remains unpaid at the time of death of the member or former member, that amount, with interest at a rate prescribed from the time when it became due, may be recovered, in the prescribed manner, from any allowance or other benefit payable under subsection 20(1), 23(4), 40(1), 43(4) or 49(1) to another person in respect of the member or former member, without prejudice to any other recourse available to Her Majesty with respect to the recovery thereof, and any amount so recovered shall be deemed, for the purposes of that provision, to have been paid by the member or former member.
- 1992, c. 46, s. 81
- 1995, c. 30, s. 19
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