(1) Despite sections 6 and 7, if a person is receiving an income replacement benefit immediately before attaining 65 years of age, the weekly amount of the benefit shall be adjusted, on the later of the date the person attains 65 years of age and the second anniversary of the date the person began receiving the benefit, to the amount determined in accordance with the following formula:
A = the amount to which the weekly amount of the income replacement benefit shall be adjusted,
B = the weekly amount of the income replacement benefit that the person was entitled to receive immediately before the adjustment, including any additions required by subsection 6 (5) but without making any deductions permitted by subsection 6 (2),
C = the lesser of,
i. 35, and
ii. The number of years during which the person qualified for the income replacement benefit before the adjustment is made.
O. Reg. 403/96, s. 9 (1).
(2) An income replacement benefit that has been adjusted under subsection (1) is payable until the person dies. O. Reg. 403/96, s. 9 (2).
(3) Section 5 and subsections 6 (2) to (6) do not apply to an income replacement benefit that has been adjusted under subsection (1). O. Reg. 403/96, s. 9 (3).