R-9 - Act respecting the Québec Pension Plan

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107.1. Where a contributor who has received family benefits has not paid base contributions for the number of years required to qualify for a disability pension under the first paragraph of section 106 or section 106.1 or for the survivors’ benefits under the first or second paragraph of section 107, the contributor may be considered to have paid base contributions for the number of years required by those provisions if
(1)  at least one year remains partially included in the contributor’s base contributory period after excluding, within the meaning of subparagraph c of the third paragraph of section 101, the months for which the contributor received family benefits;
(2)  base contributions have been paid for the following number of months:
(a)  one-half of the total number of months included in the contributor’s base contributory period, but not less than 24 months, with respect to the pension referred to in section 106;
(b)  one-third of the total number of months included in the contributor’s base contributory period, but not less than 60 months, with respect to the pension referred to in section 106.1;
(c)  one-third of the total number of months included in the contributor’s base contributory period, but not less than 36 months, with respect to the benefits referred to in section 107.
1997, c. 73, s. 41; 2011, c. 36, s. 11; 2018, c. 22018, c. 2, s. 56.
107.1. Where a contributor who has received family benefits has not paid contributions for the number of years required to qualify for a disability pension under the first paragraph of section 106 or section 106.1 or for the survivors’ benefits under the first or second paragraph of section 107, the contributor may be considered to have paid contributions for the number of years required by those provisions if
(1)  at least one year remains partially included in the contributor’s contributory period after excluding, within the meaning of subparagraph c of the second paragraph of section 101, the months for which the contributor received family benefits;
(2)  contributions have been paid for the following number of months:
(a)  one-half of the total number of months included in the contributor’s contributory period, but not less than 24 months, with respect to the pension referred to in section 106;
(b)  one-third of the total number of months included in the contributor’s contributory period, but not less than 60 months, with respect to the pension referred to in section 106.1;
(c)  one-third of the total number of months included in the contributor’s contributory period, but not less than 36 months, with respect to the benefits referred to in section 107.
1997, c. 73, s. 41; 2011, c. 36, s. 11.
107.1. Where a contributor who has received family benefits has not paid contributions for the number of years required to qualify for a disability pension under section 106 or 106.1 or for the survivors’ benefits under section 107, the contributor may be considered to have paid contributions for the number of years required by those provisions if
(1)  at least one year remains partially included in the contributor’s contributory period after excluding, within the meaning of subparagraph c of the second paragraph of section 101, the months for which the contributor received family benefits;
(2)  contributions have been paid for the following number of months:
(a)  one-half of the total number of months included in the contributor’s contributory period, but not less than 24 months, with respect to the pension referred to in section 106;
(b)  one-third of the total number of months included in the contributor’s contributory period, but not less than 60 months, with respect to the pension referred to in section 106.1;
(c)  one-third of the total number of months included in the contributor’s contributory period, but not less than 36 months, with respect to the benefits referred to in section 107.
1997, c. 73, s. 41.