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Nom: Incapacity Insurance Act of 18 February 1966, as amended to 23 December 1992.
Pays: Pays-Bas
Sujet(s): Prestations de vieillesse, d'invalidité et de survivants
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 1992-12-23
Entry into force:
ISN: NLD-1992-L-45165
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=45165&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Sociale Zekerheidswetgeving, 1993, Noordam & Opheikens, Kluwer, Deventer, Netherlands, 8th edition, pp. 113-142
Résumé/Citation: Provisions concerning eligibility to disability benefit in the event of prolonged incapacity for work. Every worker is compulsorily insured until the age of 65. Voluntary insurance is possible for persons not satisfying the conditions for compulsory insurance. A claim to benefit arises when an employee has been continuously incapable of performing appropriate work for 52 weeks and the working incapacity continues after this period. Benefit amounts to 70 per cent of the daily wage and diminishes gradually in the event of partial incapacity. Also contains provisions with respect to the revision of disability benefit. Lays down rules concerning the conjunction of disability benefit with other social security benefits. Administration of the insurance scheme is entrusted to industry societies and the Incapacity Fund. It is financed by contributions paid by the workers.
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