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158.5. The part of the retirement pension to which the spouse is entitled is equal to the amount P obtained by the following formula:

r × m/c = P

where

“r” is the amount of the retirement pension which, if there were no partition, would be payable for the month in which the partition becomes effective;

“m” is one-half of the number of months in the period in which the spouses lived together;

“c” is the number of months in the combined base contributory period of the spouses.

158.5. The part of the retirement pension to which the spouse is entitled is equal to the amount P obtained by the following formula:

r × m/c = P

where

“r” is the amount of the retirement pension which, if there were no partition, would be payable for the month in which the partition becomes effective;

“m” is one-half of the number of months in the period in which the spouses lived together;

“c” is the number of months in the combined contributory period of the spouses.

158.5. The part of the retirement pension to which the spouse is entitled is equal to the amount P obtained by the following formula:

m

r x --- = P

c

r x --- = P

c

where

“r” is the amount of the retirement pension which, if there were no partition, would be payable for the month in which the partition becomes effective;

“m” is one-half of the number of months in the period of marriage of the spouses;

“c” is the number of months in the combined contributory period of the spouses.

mŠ r x --- = PŠ c

where

“r” is the amount of the retirement pension which, if such a partition were not effected, would be payable for the month following the month in which the application for partition is approved;

“m” is one-half of the number of months in the period of marriage of the spouses;

“c” is the number of months in the combined contributory period of the spouses.