5 1985

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Number 5 of 1985


SOCIAL WELFARE ACT, 1985


ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

Section

1.

Definitions.

2.

Social insurance benefits (new rates).

3.

Social assistance payments (new rates).

4.

Family income supplement.

5.

Amendment of section 73 of Principal Act (pay-related benefit).

6.

Pay-related social insurance contributions (increase in earnings ceiling).

7.

Amendment of Part I of First Schedule to Principal Act (Employments).

8.

Amendment of section 7 of Principal Act (Modified insurance).

9.

Amendment of section 38 of Principal Act (insurable (occupational injuries) employment).

10.

Amendment of Part II of First Schedule to Principal Act (Excepted Employments).

11.

Amendment of section 135 of Principal Act (Interpretation, Part III, Chapter 2).

12.

Increase of fines.

13.

Appointment and duties of social welfare officers (Part III, Chapter 2).

14.

Limitation of benefits by pre-accident earnings.

15.

Short title, construction and collective citation.

SCHEDULE A

SCHEDULE B

SCHEDULE C


Acts Referred to

Industrial Relations Act, 1946

1946, No. 26

Social Welfare Act, 1983

1983, No. 6

Social Welfare Act, 1984

1984, No. 5

Social Welfare (Consolidation) Act, 1981

1981, No. 1

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Number 5 of 1985


SOCIAL WELFARE ACT, 1985


AN ACT TO AMEND AND EXTEND THE SOCIAL WELFARE ACTS, 1981 TO 1984. [28th March, 1985]

BE IT ENACTED BY THE OIREACHTAS AS FOLLOWS:

Definitions.

1. —In this Act—

the Act of 1984” means the Social Welfare Act, 1984 ;

the Principal Act” means the Social Welfare (Consolidation) Act, 1981 .

Social insurance benefits (new rates).

2. —(1) The Principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution for Parts I to V of the Second Schedule (inserted by the Act of 1984) of the Parts set out in Schedule A to this Act.

(2) This section shall come into operation—

(a) in so far as it relates to unemployment benefit, on the 4th day of July, 1985,

(b) in so far as it relates to disability benefit, maternity allowance, injury benefit, disablement gratuity and disablement pension, on the 8th day of July, 1985,

(c) in so far as it relates to deserted wife's benefit, invalidity pension and retirement pension, on the 11th day of July, 1985, and

(d) in so far as it relates to death benefit under section 50, 51 or 52 of the Principal Act, old age (contributory) pension, widow's (contributory) pension and orphan's (contributory) allowance, on the 12th day of July, 1985.

Social assistance payments (new rates).

3. —(1) The Principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution for Parts I and III of the Fourth Schedule (inserted by the Act of 1984) of the Parts set out in Schedule B to this Act.

(2) This section shall come into operation—

(a) in so far as it relates to unemployment assistance, on the 3rd day of July, 1985,

(b) in so far as it relates to deserted wife's allowance, prisoner's wife's allowance, social assistance allowance and single woman's allowance, on the 11th day of July, 1985,

(c) in so far as it relates to old age pension, blind pension, widow's (non-contributory) pension and orphan's (non-contributory) pension, on the 12th day of July, 1985, and

(d) in so far as it relates to supplementary welfare allowance, on the 8th day of July, 1985.

Family income supplement.

4. —(1) Section 232B (which relates to the entitlement to family income supplement) of the Principal Act (inserted by the Act of 1984) is hereby amended by the substitution for “£95”, in each place where it occurs, of “£100” and by the substitution for “£15” of “£18”.

(2) Section 232C (which relates to the weekly rate of family income supplement) of the Principal Act (inserted by the Act of 1984) is hereby amended by the substitution in subsection (2) (b) for “£1.75” of “£2.50”.

(3) This section shall apply to any claim for family income supplement which is received on or after the 11th day of July, 1985.

Amendment of section 73 of Principal Act (pay-related benefit).

5. —(1) Section 73 of the Principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution for “£43” (inserted by the Act of 1984) of “£49”.

(2) This section shall have effect in relation to any period of interruption of employment commencing on or after the 1st day of April, 1985.

Pay-related social insurance contributions (increase in earnings ceiling).

6. —(1) Section 10 (1) of the Principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution for paragraph (c) (inserted by the Social Welfare Act, 1983 ) of the following paragraph:

“(c) Where in a particular contribution year an employed contributor's reckonable earnings have amounted to the sum of £13,800 and contributions under paragraph (b) have been paid in respect of those reckonable earnings, no further such contribution shall be payable in respect of any reckonable earnings of that employed contributor in that contribution year.”.

(2) This section shall come into operation on the 6th day of April, 1985.

Amendment of Part I of First Schedule to Principal Act (Employments).

7. —(1) Part I of the First Schedule to the Principal Act is hereby amended by the insertion after paragraph 12 of the following paragraph:

“13. Employment as chairman, deputy chairman or ordinary member of the Labour Court established under the Industrial Relations Act, 1946 .”.

(2) This section shall come into operation on such day as the Minister appoints by order.

Amendment of section 7 of Principal Act (Modified insurance).

8. —Section 7 (1) of the Principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution in paragraph (a) for “and 12” of “12 and 13 (inserted by the Social Welfare Act, 1985)”.

Amendment of section 38 of Principal Act (insurable (occupational injuries) employment).

9. —Section 38 (3) of the Principal Act is hereby amended by the insertion after paragraph (f) of the following paragraph:

“(g) employment specified in paragraph 13 (inserted by the Social Welfare Act, 1985) of Part I of the First Schedule”.

Amendment of Part II of First Schedule to Principal Act (Excepted Employments).

10. —(1) Part II of the First Schedule to the Principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution for paragraphs 8 and 9 of the following paragraphs:

“8. Employment, other than employment in the Defence Forces, as a registered or provisionally registered medical practitioner.

9. Employment, other than employment in the Defence Forces, as a registered dentist.”.

(2) This section shall come into operation on the 6th day of April, 1985.

Amendment of section 135 of Principal Act (Interpretation, Part III, Chapter 2).

11. —Section 135 of the Principal Act is hereby amended by the insertion after subsection (2) of the following subsection:

“(2A) For the purposes of this Chapter, any period, being not longer than one year in duration, of—

(a) employment under a scheme administered by the Department of Labour and known as the Social Employment Scheme, or

(b) participation in a scheme administered by the Department of Labour and known as the Enterprise Allowance Scheme, or

(c) participation in a scheme administered by the Department of Labour and known as the Alternance Scheme, or

(d) attendance at a training course provided or approved of by An Chomhairle Oiliúna, or

(e) employment under a scheme administered by the Department of Labour and known as Teamwork,

shall be disregarded in treating, pursuant to subsection (2) of this section, any two continuous periods of unemployment not separated by more than 20 weeks as one continuous period of unemployment.”.

Increase of fines.

12. —A person convicted of an offence for which a fine is provided in any section of the Principal Act specified in column (2) of Schedule C to this Act shall—

(a) in the case of a summary conviction, in lieu of the fine provided in any such section and specified in column (3) of that Schedule, be liable to the fine specified in column (4) of that Schedule at that reference number, or

(b) in the case of a conviction on indictment, in lieu of the fine provided in any such section and specified in column (5) of that Schedule, be liable to the fine specified in column (6) of that Schedule at that reference number,

and any such section shall be construed and have effect accordingly.

Appointment and duties of social welfare officers (Part III, Chapter 2).

13. —The Principal Act is hereby amended by the insertion after section 143 of the following section:

“Appointment and duties of social welfare officers.

143A.—(1) The Minister may, with the sanction of the Minister for the Public Service, appoint such and so many persons as he thinks proper to be social welfare officers for the purpose of this Chapter.

(2) Every such officer shall investigate into and report to the Minister upon any application for or in respect of a qualification certificate and any question arising on or in relation to such qualification certificate or in relation to unemployment assistance which may be referred to him by the Minister, and may, for the purpose of such investigation and report require an applicant for, or holder of, a qualification certificate or the spouse or any employer of the applicant or holder to furnish him with such information and to produce to him such documents as he may reasonably require.

(3) A social welfare officer shall, for the purposes of this Chapter, have power to do all or any of the following things:—

(a) to enter at all reasonable times any premises or place liable to inspection under this section,

(b) to make such examination and enquiry as may be necessary for the purposes of this Chapter,

(c) to examine either alone or in the presence of any other person, as he thinks fit, in relation to any matters on which he may reasonably require information for the purposes of this Chapter, every person he finds in any such premises or place and to require every such person to sign a declaration of the truth of the matters in respect of which he is so examined.

(4) The occupier of any premises or place liable to inspection under this section, and any other person who is or has been employing any applicant for, or holder of, a qualification certificate, and the servants and agents of such occupier or other person, and any applicant for, or holder of, a qualification certificate shall furnish to a social welfare officer all such information and produce for inspection all such registers, cards, wages sheets, records of wages and other documents as the social welfare officer may reasonably require for the purposes of this Chapter.

(5) If any person—

(a) wilfully delays or obstructs a social welfare officer in the exercise of any duty or power under this section, or

(b) refuses or neglects to answer any question or to furnish any information or to produce any document when required to do so under this section, or

(c) conceals or prevents or attempts to conceal or prevent any person from appearing before or being examined by a social welfare officer appointed under this section,

he shall be guilty of an offence under this section and shall be liable—

(i) on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding £1,000 or, at the discretion of the court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year, or to both such fine and such imprisonment,

(ii) on conviction on indictment, to a fine not exceeding £3,000 or, at the discretion of the court, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years, or to both such fine and such imprisonment,

but no one shall be required under this section to answer any question or to give any evidence tending to incriminate himself.

(6) Every social welfare officer shall be furnished with a certificate of his appointment, and on applying for admission to any premises or place for the purposes of this section shall, if so requested, produce the said certificate.

(7) The premises or places liable to inspection under this section are any premises or places where a social welfare officer has reasonable grounds for believing that persons are, or have been, employed and any premises or place where a social welfare officer has reasonable grounds for believing that any documents relating to persons in employment are kept.”.

Limitation of benefits by pre-accident earnings.

14. —Section 56 of the Principal Act is hereby amended by the insertion after subsection (3) of the following subsection:

“(3A) The provisions of subsections (1), (2) and (3) of this section shall not apply to such class or classes of volunteer workers as may be prescribed.”.

Short title, construction and collective citation.

15. —(1) This Act may be cited as the Social Welfare Act, 1985.

(2) The Social Welfare Acts, 1981 to 1984, and this Act shall be construed together as one and may be cited together as the Social Welfare Acts, 1981 to 1985.

SCHEDULE A

Section 2 .

“Second Schedule Rates of Benefits

Rates of Benefits

PART I

Rates of Periodical Benefits and Increases Thereof

Description of benefit

Weekly rate

Increase for adult dependant (where payable)

Increase for first qualified child (where payable)

Increase for second qualified child (where payable)

Increase for each of third, fourth and fifth qualified children (where payable)

Increase for each qualified child in excess of five (where payable)

Increase for prescribed relative under section 50 (11), 51 (2), 81 (3), 86 (3), 91 (3), 95 (2) or 103 (2) (where payable)

Increase where the person has attained pensionable age and is living alone (where payable)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(4a)

(5)

(5a)

(6)

(7)

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

1. (A) Disability Benefit and Unemployment Benefit:

(a) in the case of persons over the age of 18 years—

(i) for a man, single woman or widow, married woman living apart from and unable to obtain any financial assistance from her husband or a married woman entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for a husband

39.50

25.60

9.40

10.50

8.70

6.95

(ii) for any other married woman

34.70

(b) in the case of persons under the age of 18 years—

(i) where the person is entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for an adult dependant.

39.50

25.60

9.40

10.50

8.70

6.95

(ii) where the person is not so entitled

34.70

(B) Reduced rates of Unemployment Benefit:

(a) person entitled to an increase in respect of a qualified child but not entitled to an increase in respect of an adult dependant

33.15

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

(b) any other person

32.75

23.65

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

2. Maternity Allowance

39.50

3. Injury Benefit:

(a) in the case of persons over the age of 18 years—

(i) for a man, single woman or widow, married woman living apart from and unable to obtain any financial assistance from her husband, or a married woman entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for a husband

54.35

25.60

9.40

10.50

8.70

6.95

(ii) for any other married woman

43.00

(b) in the case of persons under the age of 18 years—

(i) where the person is entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for an adult dependant

54.35

25.60

9.40

10.50

8.70

6.95

(ii) where the person is not so entitled

43.00

4. Death Benefit:

(a) pension payable to a widow (section 50 (2)) or widower (section 50 (6))—

(i) aged under 66 years

58.65

12.40

13.65

13.65

11.75

(ii) aged over 66 years

59.90

12.75

13.80

13.80

12.05

24.60

3.40

(b) pension payable to a parent, the deceased having been at death a married person, where the parent is—

(i) aged under 66 years

26.15

(ii) aged over 66 years

26.70

24.60

3.40

(c) pension payable to a parent, the deceased having been at death a widower, a widow or a single person—

(i) where the parent is the father and was, at the death of the deceased, incapable of self-support by reason of some physical or mental infirmity and likely to remain permanently so incapable and is—

(a) aged under 66 years

58.65

(b) aged over 66 years

59.90

24.60

3.40

(ii) where the parent is the mother, having been, at the death of the deceased, a widow or having thereafter become a widow and is—

(a) aged under 66 years

58.65

(b) aged over 66 years

59.90

24.60

3.40

(iii) where the parent is the mother, not being a widow, and a pension at the rate set out at (i) above is not payable to her husband and she is—

(a) aged under 66 years

58.65

(b) aged over 66 years

59.90

24.60

3.40

(iv) in any other case where the parent is—

(a) aged under 66 years

26.15

(b) aged over 66 years

26.70

24.60

3.40

(d) pension payable to an orphan

30.90

5. Old Age (Contributory) Pension and Retirement Pension:

(a) in the case of persons under the age of 80 years

51.40

32.80

10.60

11.70

9.75

8.00

24.60

3.40

(b) in any other case

54.90

32.80

10.60

11.70

9.75

8.00

24.60

3.40

(c) additional increase for an adult dependant who has attained pensionable age

5.55

6. Invalidity Pension:

(a) for a man, single woman or widow, married woman living apart from and unable to obtain any financial assistance from her husband, or a married woman entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for a husband, where the person is—

(i) aged under 66 years

45.30

29.40

10.45

11.50

9.55

7.75

24.60

(ii) aged over 66 years

46.20

30.00

10.60

11.70

9.75

8.00

24.60

3.40

(b) for any other married woman—

(i) aged under 66 years

39.90

24.60

(ii) aged over 66 years

40.60

24.60

3.40

7. Widow's (Contributory) Pension and Deserted Wife's Benefit in the case of persons:

(a) aged under 66 years

46.25

12.40

13.65

13.65

11.75

(b) aged between 66 and 80 years

47.20

12.75

13.80

13.80

12.05

24.60

3.40

(c) aged over 80 years

50.35

12.75

13.80

13.80

12.05

24.60

3.40

8. Orphan's (Contributory) Allowance

29.25

PART II

Occupational Injuries Benefits—Gratuities and Grant

£

1. Disablement Benefit:

Maximum gratuity in the case of persons—

(i) aged under 66 years—

4,200

(ii) aged over 66 years

4,280

2. Death Benefit:

(i) Widower's gratuity in the case of persons—

(a) aged under 66 years

3,060

(b) aged over 66 years

3,120

(ii) Grant in respect of funeral expenses

220

PART III

Disablement Pension

Degree of disablement

Weekly rate (persons over the age of 18 years)

Weekly rate (persons under the age of 18 years and certain married women)

(1)

(2)

(3)

Persons under the age of 66 years

Persons over the age of 66 years

Persons under the age of 18 years and certain married women under the age of 66 years

Certain married women over the age of 66 years

£

£

£

£

100

per

cent

60.50

61.80

47.90

48.90

90

54.45

55.62

43.11

44.01

80

48.40

49.44

38.32

39.12

70

42.35

43.26

33.53

34.23

60

36.30

37.08

28.74

29.34

50

30.25

30.90

23.95

24.45

40

24.20

24.72

19.16

19.56

30

18.15

18.54

14.37

14.67

20

12.10

12.36

9.58

9.78

PART IV

Increases of Disablement Pension

£

1. Increase where the person is permanently incapable of work:

(a) in the case of persons over the age of 18 years—

(i) for a man, single woman or widow, married woman living apart from and unable to obtain any financial assistance from her husband, or a married woman entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for a husband, where the person is—

(a) aged under 66 years

39.50

(b) aged over 66 years

40.30

(ii) for any other married woman—

(a) aged under 66 years

34.70

(b) aged over 66 years

35.45

(b) in the case of persons under the age of 18 years—

(i) where the person is entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for an adult dependant

39.50

(ii) where the person is not so entitled

34.70

2. Increase where the beneficiary requires constant attendance:

(a) limit of increase except in cases of exceptionally severe disablement where the person is—

(i) aged under 66 years

24.20

(ii) aged over 66 years

24.60

(b) limit in any case where the person is—

(i) aged under 66 years

48.40

(ii) aged over 66 years

49.20

PART V

Reduced Rates of Injury Benefit and Disablement Pension

£

(a) In the case of persons over the age of 18 years—

(i) for a man, single woman or widow, married woman living apart from and unable to obtain any financial assistance from her husband, or a married woman entitled to an increase for a qualified child or qualified children or for a husband where the person is—

(a) aged under 66 years

12.10

(b) aged over 66 years

12.36

(ii) for any other married woman—

(a) aged under 66 years

9.58

(b) aged over 66 years

9.78

(b) In the case of persons under the age of 18 years—

(i) where the person is entitled to an increase for a qualified child or for an adult dependant or, if a disablement pension is payable, would be so entitled if injury benefit rather than disablement pension was payable

12.10

(ii) where the person is not, or would not be, so entitled

9.58

SCHEDULE B

“Fourth Schedule

Rates of Assistance

PART I

Rates of Periodical Social Assistance and Increases Thereof

Description of assistance, pension or allowance

Weekly rate or amount

Increase for adult dependant (where payable)

Increase for first qualified child (where payable)

Increase for second qualified child (where payable)

Increase for each of third, fourth and fifth qualified children (where payable)

Increase for each qualified child in excess of five (where payable)

Increase for prescribed relative under section 162(1)(a), 179(a), 195(2), 196(2)or 197(2) (where payable)

Increase where the person has attained pensionable age and is living alone (where payable)

Increase where the person has attained the age of 80 years (where payable)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(4a)

(5)

(5a)

(6)

(7)

(8)

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

£

1. Unemployment Assistance:

A. Persons other than those at B:

(1) in the case of persons, other than those at (3), who, in any continuous period of unemployment as construed in accordance with section 135 (2), have been in receipt of unemployment benefit or unemployment assistance for not less than 390 days:

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

34.95

25.20

8.70

9.90

7.70

6.20

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

33.80

24.55

8.70

9.90

7.70

6.20

(2) in the case of persons other than those at (1) or at (3)

(i) for persons, resident in any urban area

32.75

23.65

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

31.75

23.05

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

(3) in the case of persons for whom the yearly advantage from land is calculated in accordance with paragraph (a), (b) or (c) of section 147 (1)—

(a) where the rateable valuation of the land does not exceed £10—

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

21.90

15.75

5.40

6.25

4.80

3.85

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

21.20

15.40

5.40

6.25

4.80

3.85

(b) where the rateable valuation of the land exceeds £10 but does not exceed £15—

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

18.55

13.20

4.25

5.15

4.15

3.30

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

17.80

13.05

4.25

5.15

4.15

3.30

(c) where the rateable valuation of the land exceeds £15 but does not exceed £20—

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

15.50

11.05

3.50

4.40

3.50

2.80

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

15.00

10.90

3.50

4.40

3.50

2.80

B. Persons without an adult dependant and with one or more qualified children—

(1) in the case of persons, other than those at (3), who, in any continuous period of unemployment as construed in accordance with section 135 (2), have been in receipt of unemployment benefit or unemployment assistance for not less than 390 days:

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

35.25

8.70

9.90

7.70

6.20

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

34.30

8.70

9.90

7.70

6.20

(2) in the case of persons other than those at (1) or at (3):

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

33.15

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

32.20

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

(3) in the case of persons for whom the yearly advantage from land is calculated in accordance with paragraph (a), (b) or (c) of section 147 (1):

(a) where the rateable valuation of the land does not exceed £10—

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

22.15

5.40

6.25

4.80

3.85

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

21.50

5.40

6.25

4.80

3.85

(b) where the rateable valuation of the land exceeds £10 but does not exceed £15—

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

18.80

4.25

5.15

4.15

3.30

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

18.05

4.25

5.15

4.15

3.30

(c) where the rateable valuation of the land exceeds £15 but does not exceed £20—

(i) for persons resident in any urban area

15.80

3.50

4.40

3.50

2.80

(ii) for persons resident in any other place

15.20

3.50

4.40

3.50

2.80

2. Old Age Pension and Blind Pension

44.00

9.30

10.50

8.15

6.50

24.60

3.40

3.20

3. Widow's (Non-Contributory) Pension, Deserted Wife's Allowance, Prisoner's Wife's Allowance and Social Assistance Allowance for persons—

(a) aged under 66 years

43.15

11.25

12.35

12.35

10.60

(b) aged over 66 years

44.00

11.50

12.65

12.65

10.80

24.60

3.40

3.20

4. Orphan's (Non-Contributory) Pension

24.50

5. Single Woman's Allowance

37.65

6. Supplementary Welfare Allowance:

(a) Persons other than those at (b)

31.75

23.05

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

(b) Persons without an adult dependant and with one or more child dependants

32.20

8.15

9.30

7.25

5.80

PART III

Increase of Old Age Pension for a Spouse

Means of claimant or pensioner

Weekly rate of increase

£

Where the weekly means of the claimant or pensioner do not exceed £6

22.10

exceed £6 but do not exceed £8

21.10

exceed £8 but do not exceed £10

20.10

exceed £10 but do not exceed £12

19.10

exceed £12 but do not exceed £14

18.10

exceed £14 but do not exceed £16

17.10

exceed £16 but do not exceed £18

16.10

exceed £18 but do not exceed £20

15.10

exceed £20 but do not exceed £22

14.10

exceed £22 but do not exceed £24

13.10

exceed £24 but do not exceed £26

12.10

exceed £26 but do not exceed £28

11.10

exceed £28 but do not exceed £30

10.10

exceed £30 but do not exceed £32

9.10

exceed £32 but do not exceed £34

8.10

exceed £34 but do not exceed £36

7.10

exceed £36 but do not exceed £38

6.10

exceed £38 but do not exceed £40

5.10

exceed £40 but do not exceed £42

4.10

exceed £42 but do not exceed £44

3.10

exceed £44 but do not exceed £46

2.10

exceed £46 but do not exceed £48

1.10

exceed £48

Nil

SCHEDULE C

Increase of Fines

Section 12 .

Reference Number

Section of Principal Act

Fine on Summary Conviction

Increased Fine on Summary Conviction

Fine on conviction on indictment

Increased Fine on conviction on indictment

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

1.

115 (1), 115 (2), 115 (3)

£500

£1,000

£2,000

£3,000

2.

144 (1), 144 (2)

£500

£1,000

£2,000

£3,000

3.

144 (4)

£500

£1,000

4.

169 (1)

£500

£1,000

£2,000

£3,000

5.

169 (4)

£500

£1,000

6.

174 (2)

£500

£1,000

£2,000

£3,000

7.

185 (3)

£5

£500

8.

188 (1)

£500

£1,000

£2,000

£3,000

9.

188 (7)

£500

£1,000

10.

231 (1)

£500

£1,000

£2,000

£3,000

11.

231 (6)

£500

£1,000

12.

294

£500

£1,000

£2,000

£3,000