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ARMY PENSIONS ACT, 1932
Allowances and Gratuities to Dependants.
7. No allowance shall be payable to any person under Part II of this Schedule unless such person was, at the date of the death of the deceased person in respect of whom such allowance is claimed, wholly dependent on such deceased person.
8. Where a deceased person leaves persons partially dependent on him, such persons shall not be granted any allowances, but in necessitous cases or other special circumstances a gratuity or gratuities may be granted to all or any of such partial dependants. The total amount of the gratuities granted under this paragraph in respect of any one deceased person shall not exceed the sum of £112 10s.
9. Whenever any dependant was wholly or partially dependent on more than one deceased person, such dependant shall not receive, in respect of such deceased persons, allowances or gratuitites exceeding in the whole the maximum allowance which would be granted to such dependant under Part II of this Schedule in respect of any one of such deceased persons.
10. Whenever it appears to the Minister that a woman to whom an allowance has been granted under Section 3 of Part I of this Schedule or under Sections 5 (a) or 5 (c) of Part II of this Schedule has married since the commencement of such allowance or that a person to whom an allowance has been granted under Section 5 (c) of the said Part II has recovered, the Minister may reconsider such allowance and, if he thinks fit, reduce or terminate such allowance.
11. No gratuity under Section 8 of Part III of this Schedule shall be payable to the widower of a deceased member of Cumann na mBan and no allowance under Part I of this Schedule or a gratuity under Section 8 of Part III of this Schedule shall be payable in respect of any child of a deceased member of Cumann na mBan during the lifetime of the father of such child, unless the Minister is satisfied, that suchfather is unable to support such child.