HC Deb 01 August 1912 vol 41 c2256
62. Mr. WRIGHT

asked whether a man of the age of sixty-four years, not previously insured, who is engaged in the regular occupation of farming on his own account and is partly dependent for his livelihood on the earnings derived by him from that occupation, and is also employed part-time as farm bailiff by an employer at a salary of less than £160 a year, but whose total income exceeds that amount, comes under the provisions of the National Insurance Act as to voluntary or as to compulsory insurance; and, if not, whether he must take any, and what, steps to secure the opinion of the Commissioners as to the rate of his remuneration?


Procedure is established by the Act under Section 66 for dealing with questions of this character, and any of the parties concerned can apply to the Commission for a judicial decision through the local officer of Customs and Excise.