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Name: Second Supplementary Convention amending and modifying the Convention of 22 July 1980 as amended by the Supplementary Convention of 9 December 1985. Done at London.
Country: United Kingdom, Austria
Subject(s): International social security agreements
Type of legislation: International agreement
Adopted on: 1992-10-13
Entry into force:
Published on: Printed separately, 5 p.
ISN: INT-1992-IA-31840
Bibliography: Printed separately, 5 p.
Abstract/Citation: This Second Supplementary Convention provides that as from the date on which the Treaty establishing the European Economic Area enters into force, the provisions of the Convention and its accompanying protocol concerning benefits in kind shall cease to apply to persons to whom Regulations Nos. 1408/71 and 574/72 apply; rights in course of acquisition under the Convention immediately before the Treaty enters into force are to determined in accordance with the provisions of the EEC Regulations. The Convention continues to apply to other persons who are insured under the social security schemes of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and to persons who are insured under the social security schemes of the Isle of Man, the Island of Jersey and the Island of Guernsey. The Social Security (Austria) Order 1992 makes provision for the modification of the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 and the Social Security Administration Act 1992 so as to give effect to the Supplementary Convention set out in Schedule 1 to the Order. (S.I. 1992, No. 3209).
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