Section 40 - Salary, Expenses & Benefits of Commissioner
This section provides for the remuneration of the Commissioner or acting Commissioner.
Section 40 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
- A commissioner appointed under section 37(1) or section 39(1) is entitled
- to be paid, out of the consolidated revenue fund, a salary equal to the salary paid to the chief judge of the Provincial Court, and
- to be reimbursed for reasonable travelling and out of pocket expenses personally incurred in performing the duties of the office.
- The Lieutenant Governor in Council may, on terms and conditions the Lieutenant Governor in Council specifies, order that the Public Sector Pension Plans Act applies to the commissioner.
- If an order is made under subsection (2), the Public Service Pension Plan applies subject to subsection (4).
- When calculating the amount of a pension under the Public Service Pension Plan, each year of service as commissioner must be counted as 1 1/2 years of pensionable service.
- [Repealed 2003-62-2.]
This section provides for the remuneration of the Commissioner or acting Commissioner. This section does not contain any policy or procedural information as the Commissioner as an Officer of the Legislature is governed by the Legislative Assembly, with regard to remuneration policy and procedure.
Last updated: July 24, 2007