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CHAPTER 21
CONTRIBUTORIES AND CREDITORS

in another capacity as a clerk or servant.(17) " Wages" includes money earned wholly or in part by commission.
3. Wages of a workman or labourer for services so exceeding £200.
4. Sums ordered to be paid under the Reinstatement in Civil Employment Act, 1944. (not exceeding £200 for any one claimant), where the default for which the order was made occurred before the relevant date.
5. Accrued holiday remuneration payable to a clerk, servant, workman or labourer on the termination of his employment before or by the effect of the winding up order or resolution.
6. Contributions payable within twelve months before the relevant date under the Unemployment Insurance Act, 1935, the National Health Insurance Act, 1936, the Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Contributory Pensions Act, 1936, the National Insurance (Industrial Injuries) Act, 1946, or the National Insurance Act, 1946, unless the winding up is for the purposes of reconstruction or amalgamation.
7. Amounts due for workmen's compensation which have accrued before the relevant date in respect of a right which has arisen before July 5, 1948, unless the company is insured against this liability or unless it is being wound up for the purposes of reconstruction or amalgamation.
Advances made by a third person to pay the wages of any servant or workman have the same priority as the person whose wages are paid by the money advanced.
Preferential debts have priority over a floating charge.
When a landlord has distrained within three months of a winding-up order, the preferential debts are a first charge on the proceeds of the distress. The landlord, however, has the same rights of priority as the person to whom the payment is made (s. 319 (7)).
17 Re Beeton & Co., [1913] 2 Ch. 279.

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