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Loi du pays n° 2011-7 du 28 décembre 2011 portant modification du complément retraite de solidarité et de l'aide sociale aux personnes âgées/amending the social assistance and solidarity old age pension

Government of New Caledonia Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards New Caledonia 28 December 2007 Legislation/regulation elderly care, social security

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Il est institué un complément retraite de solidarité financé par la Nouvelle-Calédonie directement ou par l’intermédiaire de son agence sanitaire et sociale au bénéfice des personnes percevant une pension de retraite au titre du régime d’assurance vieillesse de la caisse de compensation des prestations familiales, des accidents du travail et de prévoyance des travailleurs de la Nouvelle-Calédonie (CAFAT).

La caisse est, notamment, tenue, dans le cadre de sa mission de service public, d’informer, lors des demandes de liquidation d’une pension de retraite au titre du régime d’assurance vieillesse de la caisse, les bénéficiaires potentiels du complément retraite de solidarité sur la nature et l’étendue de leurs droits et de prêter son concours pour l’établissement des demandes dont la satisfaction lui incombe.

There shall be a old age pension funded by New Caledonia directly or through its health and welfare agency for the benefit of persons receiving a pension under the pension scheme of the compensation fund for family allowances, work accidents and worker's insurance.

The body is, in particular, held as part of its public service mission, to inform, at the requests for calculation of a pension under the scheme of the pension insurance fund, the potential beneficiaries of the retirement pension on the nature and extent of their rights.

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