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  1. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Civil Establishment (General) Order 1998 (S.I. 1998 No. 123).

    Adoption: 1998-08-24 | BRB-1998-R-50982

    Sets forth ranks, classifications, and wages of public servants.

  2. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Constitution

    Constitution (Amendment) Act, 1995 (No. 2 of 1995)

    Adoption: 1995-02-26 | BRB-1995-C-40110

    Inserts a new section 112A on remuneration of public officers and soldiers which provides that the salaries and allowances payable to the holders of offices established under the Civil Establishment Act and the Defence Act shall not be altered to their disadvantage.

  3. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Public Service Suspension of Increments Act. No. 17.

    Adoption: 1993-10-14 | Date of entry into force: 1993-10-01 | Date of end of application: 1994-09-30 | BRB-1993-L-36009

    Provides for the suspension of increments of public officers and other employees in the public service and related bodies.

  4. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Pensions (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act. No. 1.

    Adoption: 1987-02-16 | BRB-1987-L-3352

    Amends the Casual Employees (Pensions) Act (Cap. 20) and the Statutory Boards Casual Employees (Pensions) Act (Cap. 383), particularly in relation to early retirement and disability retirement from the public service.

  5. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Pensions (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1985.

    Adoption: 1985-07-10 | BRB-1985-L-1756

    An Act to amend certain enactments relating to the age of retirement and the payment of pensions, gratuities and other allowances, 1985-18. Amends earlier legislation concerning the age of retirement and pensions of persons in the public service, and concerning survivors benefits.

  6. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Casual Employees Pensions (Amendment) Act, 1976-11

    Adoption: 1976-05-27 | BRB-1976-L-51895

    Amends the Casual Employees Pensions Act subsection 12(2) and inserts a subsection (5) concerning employees who have been suspended for a breach of discipline.

  7. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Widows and Childrens Pensions Act (Cap. 37) (L.R.O. 1991). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1964-02-01 | BRB-1964-L-73384

    Provides for the granting of benefits to widows and children of deceased public officers.

  8. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Casual Employees Pensions Act - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1962-02-01 | Date of entry into force: 1962-02-01 | BRB-1962-L-51894

    Provides for the grant and payment of pensions and gratuities to persons who have been employed on a casual basis in the public service. Establishes that pensions and gratuities are not an absolute right. Makes explicit the circumstances under which a pension or gratuity may be granted. Sets the rate of the pension or gratuity and terms of compensation. Defines the minimum length of service for which pensions or gratuities may be given as well as possible exceptions to this minimum. Makes pensions non-transferable. Provides compensation for the legal representatives of those who die on duty. Makes explicit that records of casual employees must be kept.

  9. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Public Employees Pensions (Cap. 30) (L.R.O. 1997). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1962-02-01 | BRB-1962-L-73376

    Provides for the provision of pensions to public employees including compulsory retirement, suspension of pensions and application of the Act when a beneficiary dies or is killed on duty.

  10. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    The Police Act

    Adoption: 1961-10-16 | BRB-1961-L-52056

    Consolidates and amends the Acts of Barbados relating to the Police Force. Part One provides preliminary definitions. Part Two sets out the designation objectives and constitution of the Police Force. This includes the establishment of the duties of the Commissioner, the Deputy and Assistant Commissioners, Superintendents, Justices of the Peace, Inspectors and Subordinate Officers. Part Three establishes the duties of the Force, including powers of arrest and additional powers in relation to the maintenance of public order. Part Four makes explicit the conditions and procedures under which an officer may be enlisted, suspended, dismissed or may resign. Part Five establishes regulations on discipline including punishment for serious offences. Part Six gives officers additional powers in ports and harbours. Part Seven has been repealed (1983-45). Part Eight establishes regulations on apprentices and the police band. Part Nine provides for the constitution and rules of the Police Association. It also restricts the activities of members of the Force vis-a-vis unauthorized organizations and commercial activity. Part Ten deals with Miscellaneous provisions on state expenditure with respect to uniforms, equipment, medical and funeral expenses as well as contains certain provsions relating to warrants. Part Eleven sets out offences and penalties for inter alia, assaulting or obstructing members of the police, improperly possessing police arms or equipment, harbouring or impersonating an officer and for refusing to come to the aid of an assaulted officer. Parts Twelve and Twelve (A) contain provisions relating to Special Constables and Traffic Wardens respectively. Part Thirteen sets out conditions under which the Minister has the power to make regulations.

  11. Barbados - Public and civil servants - Law, Act

    Pensions Act (Cap. 25) (L.R.O. 2002). - Act on-line (Consolidated to 2002)

    Adoption: 1947-10-23 | Date of partial entry into force: 1985-07-15 | Date of partial entry into force: 1967-04-06 | BRB-1947-L-73357

    Amends and consolidates the law of Barbados relating to pensions of public officers and to make special provision for officers who retire from public service other than public service under the Government and re-enter the public service under the Government.

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