The Government has consulted on further draft regulations relating to the end of contracting-out on 6 April 2016. Much of the draft legislation simply deals with consequential changes to the wording of existing legislation, but the draft regulations do set out the proposed revised wording for the legislation governing transfers between schemes. Under the current law, it is possible in some circumstances to transfer a member's accrued rights from one contracted-out scheme to another without his consent. After the abolition of contracting-out, it will remain possible in some circumstances to make a transfer without consent between two formerly contracted-out schemes. However, a transfer without consent from a formerly contracted-out defined benefit scheme to a scheme established on or after 6 April 2016 will not be possible.