26.2 (1) A contributor shall undergo the medical examination referred to in paragraph 8(2)(b) of the Act or in subsection 26.1(3) within six months before or after the day on which the election is made.
(2) If, through no fault on the part of the contributor, the contributor is unable to undergo the medical examination before the end of that period, the period shall be extended by six months.
(3) The medical examination shall be performed by any physician who is authorized to practise medicine in the jurisdiction in which the examination is performed.
(4) The contributor shall have passed the medical examination if the physician certifies in writing that the contributor has a life expectancy of at least five years.
(5) A contributor to whom subsection 26.1(1), (2) or (3) applies who does not pass the medical examination shall pay the amount to be paid for the period of service in respect of which the election was made within 30 days after the day on which the notice that advises the contributor of the amount is sent.
(6) If the contributor pays the amount to be paid in full within that time limit, the period of service in respect of which the election was made shall be counted as pensionable service.
(7) If the contributor does not pay the amount to be paid in full within that time limit, the period of service in respect of which the election was made shall be counted as pensionable service, beginning with the part that is most recent in point of time, in the same proportion as the amount paid bears to the amount to be paid.
(8) If the period of service in respect of which the election was made that is not counted in whole as pensionable service includes periods of full-time service and periods of part-time service, each of those periods shall be counted as pensionable service, beginning with the part that is most recent in point of time, in the same proportion as the amount paid bears to the amount to be paid.
- SOR/2012-124, s. 13.
27. (1) [Repealed, SOR/2012-124, s. 14]
(2) A contributor who has not reached 60 years of age but who has become entitled under subsection 12(1) of the Act to an immediate annuity, in respect of a disability previously incurred by the contributor, shall undergo medical examinations, until the contributor reaches 60 years of age, at such times and at such places as the Commissioner may determine.
(3) A report in accordance with such form as is prescribed by the Commissioner concerning each medical examination undergone by a contributor under this section shall be made to the Commissioner as soon as practicable after the conclusion of the examination.
- SOR/93-219, s. 2;
- SOR/2012-124, s. 14;
- SOR/2013-125, s. 50(E).
28. [Repealed, SOR/2013-125, s. 34]
29. [Repealed, SOR/2013-125, s. 34]
29.1 Beginning with the fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, the annual report referred to in section 31 of the Act shall include the financial statements of the pension plan provided by the Act, prepared in accordance with the federal government’s stated accounting policies for the pension plan, which are based on generally accepted accounting principles.
- SOR/2003-114, s. 1.
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