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Name: Convention on social security (with protocol concerning medical treatment). Done at Oslo.
Country: Norway, United Kingdom
Subject(s): International social security agreements
Type of legislation: International agreement
Adopted on: 1990-06-19
Entry into force:
Published on: United Kingdom: Printed separately., 20 p.
ISN: INT-1990-IA-31876
Bibliography: United Kingdom: Printed separately., 20 p.
Abstract/Citation: The convention and protocol relate to reciprocity in sickness and maternity benefit, unemployment benefit, invalidity pension, old age pension and survivors benefit, benefits for industrial injuries and diseases, death grant (under the legislation of Jersey and Norway) orphans benefit, child benefit and attendance benefit. The Social Security (Norway) Order 1991 makes provisions for the modification of the Social Security Act 1975 and the part of the Child Benefit Act 1975 which relates to child benefit, so as to give effect to the convention and protocol. (S.I. 1991 No. 767). The convention of 25 July 1957 and the exchange of notes of 18 December 1957 and 7 January 1958 are repealed.
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