Rectifying mistakes in pension scheme documents

This practice note looks at the circumstances in which an application to court may be made to rectify mistakes in pension scheme documents. It considers the conditions that must be satisfied for a rectification claim to succeed, the procedure for applying for rectification, evidential issues and the key rectification cases in a pensions context.

Carolyn Saunders, Pinsent Masons


 

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