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Cap 89 PENSIONS ORDINANCE
 

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Cap 89 Long title

To consolidate and amend the law regulating the granting of pensions, gratuities and other allowances in respect of public service.

[9 December 1949]
(Originally 50 of 1949 (Cap 89 1950 Ed.))

Cap 89 s 1 Short title

This Ordinance may be cited as the Pensions Ordinance.

Cap 89 s 2 Interpretation

Remarks:

Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 63 of 1999 s. 3

(1) In this Ordinance, unless the context otherwise requires-
"authorized increase" (特准增加额) has the same meaning as in the Pensions (Increase) Ordinance (Cap 305); (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"compensation scheme" (补偿计划) means a compensation scheme approved under section 6A; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"established office" (设定职位) means-(a) in respect of service under the Government an office which-(i) by virtue of provision for the time being in force in an Order made by the Chief Executive and published in the Gazette, is declared to be an established office; and any such Order may specify a date prior to such Order from which the office is deemed to be an established office; and any such Order may from time to time be amended, added to, or revoked by an Order so made and published; but where by virtue of any such amendment or revocation any office ceases to be an established office, then so long as any person holding that office at the time of the amendment or revocation continues therein, the office shall, as respects that person, continue to be an established office; or
(ii) immediately preceding the commencement of this Ordinance was pensionable whether to holders of such office generally or to a particular holder; and such office shall be an established office until it is no longer an established office by virtue of an Order made by the Chief Executive and published in the Gazette; and such Order shall have the like effect as an Order made under subparagraph (i) hereof revoking an Order made under this Ordinance: Provided that no declaration that any office is an established office shall be deemed to imply that any holder thereof who is not on the permanent establishment under the Government at the date of his retirement shall be the holder of an established office; or
(iii) by virtue of an Order made by the Chief Executive and published in the Gazette is declared to be deemed to have been an established office; and any such Order may specify the period during which the office is deemed to have been an established office; (Amended 27 of 1952 s.2; 72 of 1973 s.2;36 of 1987 s.36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)(b) in respect of other public service an office which is for the time being a pensionable office under the law or regulations in force in such service; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)"expatriation pay" (外地雇员津贴) means a special addition to salary granted in accordance with the provisions of the administrative rules known as the Government Regulations and of any other administrative rules or instruments regulating the public service which govern such pay; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)
"highest pensionable emoluments" (最高可供计算退休金的薪酬) means the highest pensionable emoluments determined in accordance with the regulations made under this Ordinance; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission" (司法人员推荐委员会) means the Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission established by the Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission Ordinance (Cap 92); (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36. Amended 79 of 1995 s. 50)
"non-established office" (非设定职位) means an office in the public service which is not an established office; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"notional highest pensionable emoluments" (理论上最高可供计算退休金的薪酬) means the highest pensionable emoluments enjoyed or drawn by an officer during his service which are deemed for the purposes of this Ordinance to be increased in value by the same percentage as the authorized increase since the date when he left the service up to the date he attains the age of 55 years or the date of his death, whichever is the earlier; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"officer who has elected" (已作出选择的人员) means an officer who, being eligible under Establishment Circular Number 2/67 dated 5 January 1967 and published as Legal Notice Number 3 of 1967 in the Gazette so to elect, has elected under and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the said Establishment Circular that 90% only of substantive salary and 50% only of expatriation pay shall be taken in computing the pension, gratuity or other allowance which may be granted to him under this Ordinance; (Added 5 of 1967 s. 2)
"other public service" (其他公职、其他公职服务) means public service not under the Government; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"pensionable emoluments" (可供计算退休金的薪酬) means-(a) in respect of service under the Government after 31 March 1965-(i) substantive salary or, in the case of an officer who has elected, 90% of substantive salary;
(ii) expatriation pay or, in the case of an officer who has elected, 50% of expiration pay;
(iii) personal allowance;
(iv) special allowance or, in the case of an officer who has elected, 90% of special allowance; and (Added 19 of 1970 s. 2 w.e.f. 1 January 1967)
(v) an allowance to be taken as a pensionable emolument under subsection (3), (Added 4 of 1993 s. 4)but does not include any other emoluments whatever; (Replaced 5 of 1967 s.2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)(b) in respect of other public service emoluments which count for pension in accordance with the law or regulations in force in such service;"pensionable emoluments enjoyed" (享有的可供计算退休金的薪酬) in relation to an officer on leave without salary includes the pensionable emoluments that he would have enjoyed if he had been on duty on full pensionable emoluments; (Added 26 of 1982 s. 2 w.e.f. 30 May 1980)
"pensionable service" (可供计算退休金的服务期、可供计算退休金的服务) means service which may be taken into account in computing pension; (Added 26 of 1982 s. 2)
"personal allowance" (个人津贴) means a special addition to salary granted personally to the holder for the time being of the office, but does not include such an addition if it is granted subject to the condition that it shall not be pensionable;
"public service" (公职、公职服务) means-(a) service in a civil capacity under the Government or any country or territory in the Commonwealth; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)
(b) service under the East Africa High Commission, the East African Common Services Organization, the East African Posts and Telecommunications Administration, the East African Railways and Harbours Administration, the East African Community, the East African Harbours Corporation, the East African Posts and Telecommunications Corporation, the East African Railways Corporation or any of their successor authorities; (Replaced 34 of 1970 s. 2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(c) service which is pensionable-(i) under the Oversea Superannuation Scheme;
(ii) under any Acts relating to the superannuation of teachers in the United Kingdom;
(iii) under a local authority in the United Kingdom; or (iv) under the National Health Service of the United Kingdom;(d) any other service that the Governor has determined to be public service for the purposes of this Ordinance; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(e) except for the purposes of computation of a pension or gratuity and of section 9, service in respect of which a pension may be granted under the Governor"s Pensions Act 1957 (1957 c. 62 U.K.) or the Governors" Pension Scheme 1979 or any Act or Scheme amending or replacing that Act or Scheme; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(f) service as the holder of the office of President, Vice-President, Justice of Appeal, Registrar, officer or servant of the Court of Appeal for Eastern Africa or the Court of Appeal for East Africa; (Replaced 34 of 1970 s. 2)
(g) service in the service of the Interim Commission for the West Indies; (Added 13 of 1966 Schedule)
(h) pensionable service with the British Telecommunication and the Post Office, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; (Added 34 of 1970 s. 2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)"Public Service Commission" (公务员敍用委员会) means the Public Service Commission established by the Public Service Commission Ordinance (Cap 93); (Added 78 of 1970 s. 2. Amended 15 of 1979 s.8)
"public service in a civil capacity under the Government" (以文职身分任职于政府的公职服务) shall be deemed to include, as service in a non-established office-(a) service, other than service as a doctor, in a Chinese Public Dispensary administered by the Chinese Public Dispensaries Committee under the then Secretary for Home Affairs, and
(b) service under the District Watch Force administered by the District Watch Committee under the then Secretary for Home Affairs,when such service has been followed without a break by service under the Government; and the period from 25 December 1941 to 31 March 1947 shall be subject to the provisions of section 20 as though such service prior to 25 December 1941 as is included in paragraphs (a) and (b), was service under the Government; (Amended L.N. 22 of 1969; 36 of 1987 s. 36)"qualifying service" (符合领取退休金资格的服务期) means service which may be taken into account in determining whether an officer is eligible by length of service for pension, gratuity or other allowance; (Added 26 of 1982 s. 2)
"salary" (薪金) means the salary attached to an established office or, where provision is made for taking service in a non-established office into account as pensionable service, the salary attached to that office; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"Secretary" (公务员事务局局长) means the Secretary for the Civil Service; (Added 3 of 1992 s. 26. Amended L.N. 362 of 1997)
"special allowance" (特别津贴) means a special addition to salary declared to be pensionable as a special allowance by a resolution of the Legislative Council under section 2A. (Added 19 of 1970 s. 2 w.e.f. 1 January 1967)
"spouse" (配偶) in relation to an officer-(a) (where the officer contracts a marriage and by reason of the form of the marriage he is precluded from being married to another person at the same time) means the person to whom the officer is lawfully married;
(b) (where the officer contracts a marriage and by reason of the form of the marriage he is or becomes lawfully married to more than one person at the same time) means, subject to section 18(3)(a), the person whom the officer first married;
(c) (where the officer contracts a lawful Chinese customary marriage) means the kit fat or tin fong wife; (Added 3 of 1993 s. 26)"surviving spouse" (尚存配偶) in relation to an officer means the person who is the spouse of the officer at the time of his death. (Added 3 of 1993 s. 26)
(2) For the avoidance of doubts it is hereby declared that, where an officer has been confirmed in an established office and is thereafter appointed to another established office, then, unless the terms of such appointment otherwise require, such last mentioned office is, for the purposes of this Ordinance, an office in which he has been confirmed. (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(3) Where the Chief Executive considers that it is appropriate to do so, he may direct that any allowance received by an officer in respect of an acting appointment shall be taken as pensionable emoluments. (Added 4 of 1993 s. 4. Amended 63 of 1999 s. 3)

Cap 89 s 2 Interpretation

Remarks:

Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 63 of 1999 s. 3

(1) In this Ordinance, unless the context otherwise requires-
"authorized increase" (特准增加额) has the same meaning as in the Pensions (Increase) Ordinance (Cap 305); (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"compensation scheme" (补偿计划) means a compensation scheme approved under section 6A; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"established office" (设定职位) means-(a) in respect of service under the Government an office which-(i) by virtue of provision for the time being in force in an Order made by the Chief Executive and published in the Gazette, is declared to be an established office; and any such Order may specify a date prior to such Order from which the office is deemed to be an established office; and any such Order may from time to time be amended, added to, or revoked by an Order so made and published; but where by virtue of any such amendment or revocation any office ceases to be an established office, then so long as any person holding that office at the time of the amendment or revocation continues therein, the office shall, as respects that person, continue to be an established office; or
(ii) immediately preceding the commencement of this Ordinance was pensionable whether to holders of such office generally or to a particular holder; and such office shall be an established office until it is no longer an established office by virtue of an Order made by the Chief Executive and published in the Gazette; and such Order shall have the like effect as an Order made under subparagraph (i) hereof revoking an Order made under this Ordinance: Provided that no declaration that any office is an established office shall be deemed to imply that any holder thereof who is not on the permanent establishment under the Government at the date of his retirement shall be the holder of an established office; or
(iii) by virtue of an Order made by the Chief Executive and published in the Gazette is declared to be deemed to have been an established office; and any such Order may specify the period during which the office is deemed to have been an established office; (Amended 27 of 1952 s.2; 72 of 1973 s.2;36 of 1987 s.36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)(b) in respect of other public service an office which is for the time being a pensionable office under the law or regulations in force in such service; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)"expatriation pay" (外地雇员津贴) means a special addition to salary granted in accordance with the provisions of the administrative rules known as the Government Regulations and of any other administrative rules or instruments regulating the public service which govern such pay; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)
"highest pensionable emoluments" (最高可供计算退休金的薪酬) means the highest pensionable emoluments determined in accordance with the regulations made under this Ordinance; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission" (司法人员推荐委员会) means the Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission established by the Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission Ordinance (Cap 92); (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36. Amended 79 of 1995 s. 50)
"non-established office" (非设定职位) means an office in the public service which is not an established office; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"notional highest pensionable emoluments" (理论上最高可供计算退休金的薪酬) means the highest pensionable emoluments enjoyed or drawn by an officer during his service which are deemed for the purposes of this Ordinance to be increased in value by the same percentage as the authorized increase since the date when he left the service up to the date he attains the age of 55 years or the date of his death, whichever is the earlier; (Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"officer who has elected" (已作出选择的人员) means an officer who, being eligible under Establishment Circular Number 2/67 dated 5 January 1967 and published as Legal Notice Number 3 of 1967 in the Gazette so to elect, has elected under and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the said Establishment Circular that 90% only of substantive salary and 50% only of expatriation pay shall be taken in computing the pension, gratuity or other allowance which may be granted to him under this Ordinance; (Added 5 of 1967 s. 2)
"other public service" (其他公职、其他公职服务) means public service not under the Government; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"pensionable emoluments" (可供计算退休金的薪酬) means-(a) in respect of service under the Government after 31 March 1965-(i) substantive salary or, in the case of an officer who has elected, 90% of substantive salary;
(ii) expatriation pay or, in the case of an officer who has elected, 50% of expiration pay;
(iii) personal allowance;
(iv) special allowance or, in the case of an officer who has elected, 90% of special allowance; and (Added 19 of 1970 s. 2 w.e.f. 1 January 1967)
(v) an allowance to be taken as a pensionable emolument under subsection (3), (Added 4 of 1993 s. 4)but does not include any other emoluments whatever; (Replaced 5 of 1967 s.2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)(b) in respect of other public service emoluments which count for pension in accordance with the law or regulations in force in such service;"pensionable emoluments enjoyed" (享有的可供计算退休金的薪酬) in relation to an officer on leave without salary includes the pensionable emoluments that he would have enjoyed if he had been on duty on full pensionable emoluments; (Added 26 of 1982 s. 2 w.e.f. 30 May 1980)
"pensionable service" (可供计算退休金的服务期、可供计算退休金的服务) means service which may be taken into account in computing pension; (Added 26 of 1982 s. 2)
"personal allowance" (个人津贴) means a special addition to salary granted personally to the holder for the time being of the office, but does not include such an addition if it is granted subject to the condition that it shall not be pensionable;
"public service" (公职、公职服务) means-(a) service in a civil capacity under the Government or any country or territory in the Commonwealth; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)
(b) service under the East Africa High Commission, the East African Common Services Organization, the East African Posts and Telecommunications Administration, the East African Railways and Harbours Administration, the East African Community, the East African Harbours Corporation, the East African Posts and Telecommunications Corporation, the East African Railways Corporation or any of their successor authorities; (Replaced 34 of 1970 s. 2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(c) service which is pensionable-(i) under the Oversea Superannuation Scheme;
(ii) under any Acts relating to the superannuation of teachers in the United Kingdom;
(iii) under a local authority in the United Kingdom; or (iv) under the National Health Service of the United Kingdom;(d) any other service that the Governor has determined to be public service for the purposes of this Ordinance; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(e) except for the purposes of computation of a pension or gratuity and of section 9, service in respect of which a pension may be granted under the Governor"s Pensions Act 1957 (1957 c. 62 U.K.) or the Governors" Pension Scheme 1979 or any Act or Scheme amending or replacing that Act or Scheme; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(f) service as the holder of the office of President, Vice-President, Justice of Appeal, Registrar, officer or servant of the Court of Appeal for Eastern Africa or the Court of Appeal for East Africa; (Replaced 34 of 1970 s. 2)
(g) service in the service of the Interim Commission for the West Indies; (Added 13 of 1966 Schedule)
(h) pensionable service with the British Telecommunication and the Post Office, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; (Added 34 of 1970 s. 2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)"Public Service Commission" (公务员敍用委员会) means the Public Service Commission established by the Public Service Commission Ordinance (Cap 93); (Added 78 of 1970 s. 2. Amended 15 of 1979 s.8)
"public service in a civil capacity under the Government" (以文职身分任职于政府的公职服务) shall be deemed to include, as service in a non-established office-(a) service, other than service as a doctor, in a Chinese Public Dispensary administered by the Chinese Public Dispensaries Committee under the then Secretary for Home Affairs, and
(b) service under the District Watch Force administered by the District Watch Committee under the then Secretary for Home Affairs,when such service has been followed without a break by service under the Government; and the period from 25 December 1941 to 31 March 1947 shall be subject to the provisions of section 20 as though such service prior to 25 December 1941 as is included in paragraphs (a) and (b), was service under the Government; (Amended L.N. 22 of 1969; 36 of 1987 s. 36)"qualifying service" (符合领取退休金资格的服务期) means service which may be taken into account in determining whether an officer is eligible by length of service for pension, gratuity or other allowance; (Added 26 of 1982 s. 2)
"salary" (薪金) means the salary attached to an established office or, where provision is made for taking service in a non-established office into account as pensionable service, the salary attached to that office; (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
"Secretary" (公务员事务局局长) means the Secretary for the Civil Service; (Added 3 of 1992 s. 26. Amended L.N. 362 of 1997)
"special allowance" (特别津贴) means a special addition to salary declared to be pensionable as a special allowance by a resolution of the Legislative Council under section 2A. (Added 19 of 1970 s. 2 w.e.f. 1 January 1967)
"spouse" (配偶) in relation to an officer-(a) (where the officer contracts a marriage and by reason of the form of the marriage he is precluded from being married to another person at the same time) means the person to whom the officer is lawfully married;
(b) (where the officer contracts a marriage and by reason of the form of the marriage he is or becomes lawfully married to more than one person at the same time) means, subject to section 18(3)(a), the person whom the officer first married;
(c) (where the officer contracts a lawful Chinese customary marriage) means the kit fat or tin fong wife; (Added 3 of 1993 s. 26)"surviving spouse" (尚存配偶) in relation to an officer means the person who is the spouse of the officer at the time of his death. (Added 3 of 1993 s. 26)
(2) For the avoidance of doubts it is hereby declared that, where an officer has been confirmed in an established office and is thereafter appointed to another established office, then, unless the terms of such appointment otherwise require, such last mentioned office is, for the purposes of this Ordinance, an office in which he has been confirmed. (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)
(3) Where the Chief Executive considers that it is appropriate to do so, he may direct that any allowance received by an officer in respect of an acting appointment shall be taken as pensionable emoluments. (Added 4 of 1993 s. 4. Amended 63 of 1999 s. 3)

Cap 89 s 2A Power of Legislative Council to declare a special allowance pensionable

(1) The Legislative Council may by resolution declare a special addition to salary to be pensionable as a special allowance for the purposes of this Ordinance.
(2) A resolution under subsection (1) shall specify the date from which it shall have effect and such date may be before the date on which the resolution is passed but shall not be before 1 November 1967.

(Added 19 of 1970 s. 3 w.e.f 1 January 67)

Cap 89 s 2A Power of Legislative Council to declare a special allowance pensionable

(1) The Legislative Council may by resolution declare a special addition to salary to be pensionable as a special allowance for the purposes of this Ordinance.
(2) A resolution under subsection (1) shall specify the date from which it shall have effect and such date may be before the date on which the resolution is passed but shall not be before 1 November 1967.

(Added 19 of 1970 s. 3 w.e.f 1 January 67)

Cap 89 s 2B Delegation of powers by the Chief Executive

Remarks:

Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 63 of 1999 s. 3

The Chief Executive may delegate the Secretary for the Civil Service or a Deputy Secretary for the Civil Service to exercise the power to make orders in respect of an established office conferred on him by the definition of "established office" in section 2; and thereupon, or from the date specified by the Chief Executive, the person delegated shall have and may exercise such power.

(Added 73 of 1979 s. 2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)

Cap 89 s 2B Delegation of powers by the Chief Executive

Remarks:

Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 63 of 1999 s. 3

The Chief Executive may delegate the Secretary for the Civil Service or a Deputy Secretary for the Civil Service to exercise the power to make orders in respect of an established office conferred on him by the definition of "established office" in section 2; and thereupon, or from the date specified by the Chief Executive, the person delegated shall have and may exercise such power.

(Added 73 of 1979 s. 2. Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)

Cap 89 s 2C Application

(1) Subject to subsection (2), this Ordinance applies to every officer who is appointed or re-appointed to service under the Government before the date of commencement of the Pension Benefits Ordinance (Cap 99), whether on transfer from other public service or otherwise, on terms which attract pension, gratuity or other allowance.
(2) This Ordinance shall not apply to a serving officer within the meaning of the Pension Benefits Ordinance (Cap 99) to whom that Ordinance applies by virtue of section 4(1)(b) or (c) of that Ordinance.
(3) This Ordinance does not apply to an officer to whom the Pension Benefits (Judicial Officers) Ordinance (Cap 401) applies by virtue of section 3(1)(b), (c) or (d) of that Ordinance. (Added 85 of 1988 s. 45)

(Added 36 of 1987 s. 36)

Cap 89 s 3 Pension regulations

Remarks:

Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 63 of 1999 s. 3

(1) Pensions, gratuities and other allowances shall be granted by the Chief Executive in accordance with the regulations under this Ordinance to officers who have been in the service under the Government and to the dependants of such persons where such service is terminated by death:
Provided that where a pension, gratuity or other allowance is expressed to be grantable by the Chief Executive in Council such pension, gratuity or other allowance shall be granted only by the Chief Executive in Council.
The said regulations may from time to time be amended, added to, or revoked by regulations made by the Chief Executive in Council, and all regulations so made shall be published in the Gazette and laid before the Legislative Council. (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)
(2) The expression "this Ordinance" (本条例) shall, wherever it occurs in this Ordinance, be construed as including a reference to the regulations made thereunder.
(3) Whenever the Chief Executive in Council is satisfied that it is equitable that any regulation made under this section should have retrospective effect in order to confer a benefit upon or remove a disability attaching to any person that regulation may be given retrospective effect for that purpose: (Amended 63 of 1999 s. 3)
Provided that no such regulation shall have retrospective effect unless it has received the prior approval of the Legislative Council signified by resolution.
(4) Any pension, additional pension, gratuity or ex gratia payment granted to an officer under this Ordinance shall be computed in accordance with the provisions relating to such officer which are in force at the actual date of his retirement, death or injury, as the case may be. (Replaced 98 of 1994 s. 4)
(5) Subsection (4), as enacted by section 4 of the Pensions Ordinances (Miscellaneous Amendments) Ordinance 1994 (98 of 1994), is deemed to have come into operation on 1 February 1993. (Added 98 of 1994 s. 4)

Cap 89 s 3 Pension regulations

Remarks:

Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 63 of 1999 s. 3

(1) Pensions, gratuities and other allowances shall be granted by the Chief Executive in accordance with the regulations under this Ordinance to officers who have been in the service under the Government and to the dependants of such persons where such service is terminated by death:
Provided that where a pension, gratuity or other allowance is expressed to be grantable by the Chief Executive in Council such pension, gratuity or other allowance shall be granted only by the Chief Executive in Council.
The said regulations may from time to time be amended, added to, or revoked by regulations made by the Chief Executive in Council, and all regulations so made shall be published in the Gazette and laid before the Legislative Council. (Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36; 63 of 1999 s. 3)
(2) The expression "this Ordinance" (本条例) shall, wherever it occurs in this Ordinance, be construed as including a reference to the regulations made thereunder.
(3) Whenever the Chief Executive in Council is satisfied that it is equitable that any regulation made under this section should have retrospective effect in order to confer a benefit upon or remove a disability attaching to any person that regulation may be given retrospective effect for that purpose: (Amended 63 of 1999 s. 3)
Provided that no such regulation shall have retrospective effect unless it has received the prior approval of the Legislative Council signified by resolution.
(4) Any pension, additional pension, gratuity or ex gratia payment granted to an officer under this Ordinance shall be computed in accordance with the provisions relating to such officer which are in force at the actual date of his retirement, death or injury, as the case may be. (Replaced 98 of 1994 s. 4)
(5) Subsection (4), as enacted by section 4 of the Pensions Ordinances (Miscellaneous Amendments) Ordinance 1994 (98 of 1994), is deemed to have come into operation on 1 February 1993. (Added 98 of 1994 s. 4)

Cap 89 s 4 Pensions, etc., to be charged on general revenue

There shall be charged on and paid out of the general revenue all such sums of money as may from time to time be granted by way of pension, gratuity or other allowance in pursuance of this Ordinance.

(Amended 36 of 1987 s. 36)

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