Retirement Savings Accounts Regulations 1997

PART 1 - PRELIMINARY  

REGULATION 1.05A   MEANING OF GROWTH PHASE  

1.05A(1)  
An RSA interest is taken to be in the growth phase at a particular date, if the RSA holder satisfies 1 of the following requirements at that date:


(a) the RSA holder has not satisfied a relevant condition of release;


(b) the RSA holder has satisfied a relevant condition of release but no benefit has been paid in respect of the RSA interest, and no action has been taken by or for the RSA holder under the terms and conditions of the RSA to cash any benefit that the RSA holder is entitled to be paid as a result of satisfying the condition of release;


(c) the RSA holder has satisfied a relevant condition of release and a benefit (other than a benefit that is paid as a pension) has been paid to, or for the benefit of, the RSA holder or, if the RSA holder has died, to his or her legal personal representative, but no action has been taken by or for the RSA holder, or his or her legal personal representative, under the terms and conditions of the RSA to receive any other benefit that the RSA holder, or his or her estate, is entitled to be paid as a result of satisfying the condition of release.

1.05A(2)  
In this regulation:

relevant condition of release
means a condition of release mentioned in item 101, 102, 103, 106 or 107 of Schedule 2 .




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