||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 384 (Nov)
|| EWHC 2711 (Ch)
||Nicholas Randall (instructed by Thompsons) for the employee.
||William Phillips (instructed by South Yorkshire Pensions Authority and National Probation Service Solicitors) for the defendants.
||29 November 2005
Pension - Pension scheme - Maladministration of pension scheme - Employee's employment terminating by virtue of redundancy - Employee claiming defendants failing to inform him of true position in respect of pension payment - Whether defendants guilty of maladministration of pension scheme.
The court upheld the decision of the Pensions Ombudsman which had rejected the employee's complaint that his employer and the relevant pensions authority had been guilty of maladministration of the pension scheme in quoting to him a likely pension based on 'added years', without the caveat that his entitlement to such a payment had depended on the amount receivable by him in respect of his army pension.
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