SURVIVING SPOUSES' AND CHILDREN'S PENSIONS ORDINANCE
No decrease of previous benefits
Where a public officer ceases to be a contributor under the existing Ordinance otherwise than in pursuance of section 35 thereof and becomes a contributor under this Ordinance, then notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Ordinance, if-
(a) there being no children's pension payable, the rate of the widow's pension; or
(b) there being no widow's pension payable, the rate of the children's pension; or
(c) the aggregate rate of both a widow's and a children's pension,
as the case may be, shall at any time be less than the rate that would have been payable under the existing Ordinance and the Widows and Orphans Pension (Increase) Ordinance (Cap 205), if the contributor had been treated for the purposes of the existing Ordinance as having transferred to other public service and as having ceased to contribute under the existing Ordinance as from the date applicable to him under section 3(2), it shall be increased to the last mentioned rate and in the case of both a widow's and a children's pension, the increase shall be divided between the two in the proportion each bears to the aggregate; and subject to such increase, this Ordinance shall apply mutatis mutandis to that pension or those pensions as it applies to other pensions granted under its provisions.