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15. If a person does not fulfil the conditions which must be covered by the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement on social security coordination, the person`s right to social security benefits or whether he or she is required to pay UK social security contributions shall be determined in accordance with national law or mutual agreement with the State concerned. 7. Further guidance for individuals covering Part 2 (Citizens` rights) of the Withdrawal Agreement is available at: www.gov.uk/government/publications/withdrawal-agreement-explainer-for-part-2-citizens-rights 71. A British national who usually resides in the United Kingdom with his family and goes to work in France during the week, where he is employed by a French company. They would be subject to French legislation and would pay French social security contributions on the basis of EU coordination regulations (Regulation (EC) No 883/2004 (11)(3)(a)) and would therefore fall within the scope of Article 30(1)(b).) The EC Social Security Coordination Regulation, which coordinates the social security systems of EU Member States for citizens moving between EU Member States. Regulation (EC) No 883/2004 and Regulation (EC) No 987/2009 – The United Kingdom applies them to British nationals and EU citizens moving within the EU. Most EU Member States also apply them to third-country nationals who are legally in a cross-border situation involving the UK and an EU Member State (but not Denmark). However, this is not a question of harmonisation, as each State retains its own social security system. The UK has negotiated a number of bilateral social security agreements with various EU Member States in the past, which have been replaced by EUSS rules. However, the UK and the EU said the legal status of the agreements was unclear. The agreements would also be so outdated that they would probably not be impractical. 4.
While the provisions on social security coordination fall under Title III of Part Two, the other titles of Part Two are also examined on the basis of their relationship with Title III. .