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Estate

If, when you die, the various benefits payable under the 2015 Scheme
(excluding the lump sum death grant) are less than the total of your own pension contributions, an extra benefit equal to the balance of those contributions will be paid to your estate.

If you die as a deferred member or a pensioner member and the death is as a result of an injury received in the execution of duty or you die as a pensioner member within 2 years of becoming a pensioner member, then your estate may be granted a gratuity.

Dependant

If you die as a deferred member or a pensioner member and the death is as a result of an injury received in the execution of duty or you die as a pensioner member within 2 years of becoming a pensioner member, then your dependent may be granted a gratuity.

The Police Pension Authority may, in its discretion, grant this gratuity to your dependant who they believed at the time of your death was dependent on you either financially or because of a physical or mental impairment.

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