Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II CONTRIBUTIONS TO FUND

Part III WITHDRAWAL OF CONTRIBUTIONS

Part IIIA DIVISION OF FUND-RELATED ASSETS IN MATRIMONIAL PROCEEDINGS

Part IIIB LIFELONG INCOME SCHEME

Part IV HOME PROTECTION INSURANCE SCHEME

Part V DEPENDANTS’ PROTECTION INSURANCE SCHEME

Part VI MEDISHIELD SCHEME

Part VIA WORKFARE INCOME SUPPLEMENT SCHEME

Part VII OFFENCES, PENALTIES AND PROCEEDINGS

Part VIII MISCELLANEOUS

FIRST SCHEDULE Rates of Contribution

SECOND SCHEDULE Financial Provisions

THIRD SCHEDULE Specified Acts Relating to Self-employed Persons

Legislative History

Comparative Table

Transfer of Board’s liabilities under Scheme
49A.
—(1)  The Minister may make regulations to transfer the whole or any part of the Board’s liabilities under the Scheme (including the insurance covers issued under the Scheme that give rise to such liabilities) to one or more appointed insurers.
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(2)  Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), regulations made under that subsection may —
(a)
prescribe the cases in which or the circumstances under which the Board shall continue to be liable to pay the insured sum in respect of insured persons whose insurance covers under the Scheme have been transferred to an appointed insurer;
(b)
provide for such consequential, saving and transitional provisions as are necessary to facilitate the transfer of the Board’s liabilities under the Scheme;
(c)
prescribe the necessary modifications to be made to any other provision of this Act in order to bring such provision into conformity with the transfer of the Board’s liabilities under the Scheme; and
(d)
provide for such other matters as the Minister thinks necessary or expedient for the transfer of the Board’s liabilities under the Scheme.
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(3)  The Board may require any appointed insurer to transfer to another appointed insurer, in such manner and on such terms and conditions as the Board thinks fit, those liabilities of the Board under the Scheme that have been transferred to the first-mentioned appointed insurer under this section.
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(4)  The transfer of any liability under the Scheme —
(a)
by the Board to an appointed insurer under subsection (1); or
(b)
by one appointed insurer to another appointed insurer pursuant to the requirement of the Board under subsection (3),
may be made, and shall be valid and effectual, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any written law or rule of law or the absence of any agreement or consent which would otherwise be necessary.
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(5)  If any question arises as to whether any particular liability of the Board under the Scheme has been transferred to an appointed insurer under this section, a certificate under the hand of the Minister shall be conclusive evidence that the liability was or was not so transferred.
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(6)  An appointed insurer to whom the whole or any part of the Board’s liabilities under the Scheme have been transferred under this section shall provide insurance cover to every transferred insured person in accordance with such requirements as may be specified by the Board, including requirements relating to —
(a)
the minimum benefits and rights that the appointed insurer must confer upon the person; and
(b)
the terms and conditions subject to which the appointed insurer may issue insurance cover to the person.
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