Pensions in UK Law

  • Parry v Cleaver
    • House of Lords
    • 05 Feb 1969
    ......The products of the sums paid into the pension fund are in fact delayed remuneration for his current work. That is why pensions are regarded as earned income. . . 14 But the man does not get back in the end the accumulated sums paid into the fund on his behalf. This is ......
  • Mallett v McMonagle
    • House of Lords
    • 11 Feb 1969
  • Atherton v British Insulated and Helsby Cables Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 11 Dic 1925
    ...... (who are manufacturers of insulated cables) had a large clerical and technical staff, and that prior to the year 1916 they had not paid pensions to their employees retiring on account of old age. In or about that year, however, the appellant company (to quote the language of the Case) "found ......
  • R (Carson) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
    • House of Lords
    • 26 May 2005
  • Pickett v British Rail Engineering Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 02 Nov 1978
  • James v Eastleigh Borough Council
    • House of Lords
    • 14 Jun 1990
    ...... ( b ) in the case of a woman, the age of 60." In this sense it not only governs the age at which persons can first qualify for their state pensions, but is also used as the basis on which men and women qualify for a variety of concessions to the elderly such as free or reduced travel and free ......
  • R (E) v JFS Governing Body
    • Supreme Court
    • 16 Dic 2009
  • Equitable Life Assurance Society v Hyman
    • House of Lords
    • 20 Jul 2000
    ......The value of the with-profits fund as at 31 December 1998 was £21 billion. . . 8 The applicable category of policies is UK pensions business, and only policies issued before 1988 in the following four sub-categories are relevant: (i) retirement annuity policies; (ii) individual ......
  • Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police and another v Homer
    • Supreme Court
    • 25 Abr 2012
  • Lavarack v Woods of Colchester Ltd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 19 Jul 1966
    ......The employers' discretion to continue or discontinue the pensions scheme was not a discretion as to the manner of performing their contract of service with the plaintiff but a discretion as to the way in which they ......
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