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SOCIAL WELFARE ACT, 1952
Employments and Excepted Employments.
1. Employment in the State under any contract of service or apprenticeship, written or oral, whether expressed or implied, and whether the employed person is paid by the employer or some other person, and whether under one or more employers, and whether paid by time or by the piece or partly by time and partly by the piece, or otherwise, or without any money payment.
2. Employment under such a contract as aforesaid—
(i) as master or a member of the crew of—
(I) any ship registered in the State, or
(II) any other ship or vessel of which the owner, or, if there is more than one owner, the managing owner or manager, resides or has his principal place of business in the State, or
(ii) as captain or a member of the crew of—
(I) any aircraft registered in the State, or
(II) any other aircraft of which the owner, or, if there is more than one owner, the managing owner or manager, resides or has his principal place of business in the State.
3. (a) Employment in the civil service of the Government.
(b) Employment such that the service therein of the employed person is, or is capable of being, deemed under section 24 of the Superannuation Act, 1936 (No. 39 of 1936), to be service in the civil service of the Government.
4. Employment as a member of the Defence Forces.
5. Employment under any local or other public authority.
6. Employment as a member of the crew of a fishing vessel where the employed person is wholly remunerated by a share in the profits or the gross earnings of the working of the vessel.
7. Employment as an outworker, that is to say, a person to whom articles or materials are given out to be made up, cleaned, washed, altered, ornamented, finished, or repaired, or adapted for sale in his own home or on other premises not under the control or management of the person who gave out the articles or materials for the purposes of the trade or business of the last-mentioned person.
1. Employment at a rate of remuneration exceeding in value six hundred pounds a year, or in cases where such employment involves part-time service only, at a rate of remuneration which is equivalent to a rate of remuneration exceeding six hundred pounds a year for whole-time service.
2. Employment in the service of the husband or wife of the employed person.
3. Employment of a casual nature otherwise than for the purposes of the employer's trade or business, and otherwise than for the purposes of any game or recreation where the persons employed are engaged or paid through a club.
4. Employment by a prescribed relative of the employed person, being either employment in the common home of the employer and the employed person or employment specified by regulations as corresponding to employment in the common home of the employer and the employed person.
5. Employment specified in regulations as being of such a nature that it is ordinarily adopted as subsidiary employment only and not as the principal means of livelihood.
6. Employment specified in regulations as being of inconsiderable extent.