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Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
Status of Legislation - First Reading Bill
An Act to Amend the Pension Benefits Act
 
Legislature :
57
Session :
3
Bill No. :
20
Member :
Hon. Marie-Claude Blais, Q.C.
First Reading :
2012-12-11
Second Reading :
2012-12-12
Committee of the Whole :
2012-12-19
2012-12-20
Amended :
2012-12-20
Third Reading :
2012-12-20
Royal Assent :
2012-12-20
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Amendment :Section 5

Strike out subsection 100.82(1) and substitute the following:

100.82(1) Despite the repeal of the City of Saint John Pension Act and after The City of Saint John and the unions that represent the members of the pension plan established by that Act have entered into a memorandum of understanding that provides for the conversion of the pension plan to a shared risk plan, including the governance structure of the shared risk plan, the council of The City of Saint John has the power to amend, by resolution and in accordance with the memorandum of understanding, the pension plan for the purpose of converting the pension plan to a shared risk plan, including amending the governance structure of the pension plan for that purpose.

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Section 6

Strike out section 6 and substitute the following:

6(1) Subject to subsection (2), this Act shall be deemed to have come into force on July 1, 2012.

6(2) Section 5 of this Act comes into force on a day to be fixed by proclamation.
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Legend
* Private Bill
** Bill referred to Standing Committee on Law Amendments
+ Private Member's Public Bill
++ Motion for second reading defeated
+++ Debate at second reading adjourned
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