R-9 - Act respecting the Québec Pension Plan

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133. The basic monthly amount of the surviving spouse’s pension of a spouse under 65 years of age to whom neither a disability pension nor a retirement pension is payable under this Act or under a similar plan is equal to the aggregate of the following four amounts:
(a)  37.5% of the amount established in accordance with section 137;
(b)  50% of the amount established in accordance with section 137.1;
(c)  50% of the amount established in accordance with section 137.2; and
(d)  the amount of the flat benefit applicable as provided in the second paragraph.
The amount of the flat benefit, according to the spouse’s situation, is
(a)  $80 where the spouse is under 45 years of age, is not disabled and has no child of the contributor dependent on him;
(b)  $290 where the spouse is under 45 years of age, is not disabled and has at least one child of the contributor dependent on him;
(c)  $312.33 if he is under 55 years of age, disabled or 45 years of age or over;
(d)  $399.59 if he is 55 years of age or over.
For the year 1994 and subsequent years, the amounts of the flat benefits fixed in subparagraphs a, b and c of the second paragraph are adjusted in accordance with section 119.
For a year in which the result of the adjustment of the amount set out in subparagraph c of the second paragraph is equal to or greater than the amount set out in subparagraph d of that paragraph, and for subsequent years, the amount of the flat benefit applicable in calculating the pension of the spouse shall, even though the spouse has reached 55 years of age, be the amount set out in the said subparagraph c, adjusted in accordance with section 119.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24, s. 144 (part); 1974, c. 16, s. 24; 1983, c. 12, s. 19; 1993, c. 15, s. 51; 1997, c. 73, s. 51; 2018, c. 22018, c. 2, s. 72.
133. The basic monthly amount of the surviving spouse’s pension of a spouse under 65 years of age to whom neither a disability pension nor a retirement pension is payable under this Act or under a similar plan is equal to 37.5% of the amount established in accordance with section 137, to which the amount of the flat benefit applicable in each case is added:
(a)  $80 where the spouse is under 45 years of age, is not disabled and has no child of the contributor dependent on him;
(b)  $290 where the spouse is under 45 years of age, is not disabled and has at least one child of the contributor dependent on him;
(c)  $312.33 if he is under 55 years of age, disabled or 45 years of age or over;
(d)  $399.59 if he is 55 years of age or over.
For the year 1994 and subsequent years, the amounts of the flat benefits fixed in subparagraphs a, b and c of the first paragraph are adjusted in accordance with section 119.
For a year in which the result of the adjustment of the amount set out in subparagraph c of the first paragraph is equal to or greater than the amount set out in subparagraph d of that paragraph, and for subsequent years, the amount of the flat benefit applicable in calculating the pension of the spouse shall, even though the spouse has reached 55 years of age, be the amount set out in the said subparagraph c, adjusted in accordance with section 119.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24, s. 144 (part); 1974, c. 16, s. 24; 1983, c. 12, s. 19; 1993, c. 15, s. 51; 1997, c. 73, s. 51.
133. The basic monthly amount of the surviving spouse’s pension of a spouse under 65 years of age to whom neither a disability pension nor a retirement pension is payable under this Act or under a similar plan is equal to 37.5 % of the retirement pension of the contributor, to which the amount of the flat benefit applicable in each case is added:
(a)  $80 where the spouse is under 45 years of age, is not disabled and has no child of the contributor dependent on him;
(b)  $290 where the spouse is under 45 years of age, is not disabled and has at least one child of the contributor dependent on him;
(c)  $312.33 if he is under 55 years of age, disabled or 45 years of age or over;
(d)  $399.59 if he is 55 years of age or over.
For the year 1994 and subsequent years, the amounts of the flat benefits fixed in subparagraphs a, b and c of the first paragraph are adjusted in accordance with section 119.
For a year in which the result of the adjustment of the amount set out in subparagraph c of the first paragraph is equal to or greater than the amount set out in subparagraph d of that paragraph, and for subsequent years, the amount of the flat benefit applicable in calculating the pension of the spouse shall, even though the spouse has reached 55 years of age, be the amount set out in the said subparagraph c, adjusted in accordance with section 119.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24, s. 144 (part); 1974, c. 16, s. 24; 1983, c. 12, s. 19; 1993, c. 15, s. 51.
133. A surviving spouse’s pension payable to the surviving spouse of a contributor is a basic monthly amount which, in the case of a surviving spouse not under 65 years of age at the time of the contributor’s death, or who reaches that age thereafter, is equal to 60% of the amount of the contributor’s retirement pension, calculated in accordance with section 135.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24, s. 144 (part); 1974, c. 16, s. 24; 1983, c. 12, s. 19.
133. A surviving spouse’s pension payable to the surviving spouse of a contributor is a basic monthly amount which, in the case of a surviving spouse who has reached 65 years of age, is equal to 60% of the amount of the contributor’s retirement pension, calculated as provided in section 135.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 24, s. 144 (part); 1974, c. 16, s. 24.