Canadian Forces Superannuation Act
Marginal note:Failure to elect on erroneous advice
51 The Governor in Council may make regulations prescribing, in the case of a member of the regular force who, pursuant to erroneous advice received from a person in the regular force whose ordinary duties included the giving of advice respecting the making of elections under this Act or the former Act, failed to elect to become a contributor under this Act, Part V of the former Act or Part V of the Militia Pension Act, the terms and conditions, including conditions as to interest, on which that member may elect to become a contributor under this Act, and on the making of that election, he shall be deemed to have elected to pay for the service he would have been entitled to count under those Acts if he had not received erroneous advice and had made the election, an amount calculated in accordance with subsection 18(6) of the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act, chapter C-9 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970.
- R.S., c. C-9, s. 23
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