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Title 9 - Retirement Systems

CHAPTER 17

Optional Retirement Program for Publicly-Supported Four-Year and Postgraduate Institutions of Higher Education [Repealed]

SECTIONS 9-17-10 to 9-17-60. Repealed by 2001 Act No. 54, Section 3, eff July 1, 2002.

Editor's Note

Former Section 9-17-10 was entitled: Program established; eligibility; benefits and was derived from 1987 Act No. 42 Section 1, eff April 28, 1987; 1998 Act No. 419, Part II, Section 28A, eff June 30, 1998.

Former Section 9-17-20 was entitled: Administration; designation of benefit providers and was derived from 1987 Act No. 42 Section 1, eff April 28, 1987.

Former Section 9-17-30 was entitled: Employee selection from retirement program options and was derived from 1987 Act No. 42 Section 1, eff April 28, 1987; 1998 Act No. 419, Part II, Section 28B, eff June 30, 1998.

Former Section 9-17-40 was entitled: Contributions and was derived from 1987 Act No. 42 Section 1, eff April 28, 1987; 1991 Act No. 171, Part II, Section 12A, eff July 1, 1991; 1998 Act No. 419, Part II, Section 28C, eff June 30, 1998; 2001 Act No. 54, Section 1, eff July 1, 2001.

Former Section 9-17-50 was entitled: Effect of election of optional program and was derived from 1987 Act No. 42 Section 1, eff April 28, 1987.

Former Section 9-17-60 was entitled: Nonavailability of state benefits for service rendered while in optional program and was derived from 1987 Act No. 42 Section 1, eff April 28, 1987.




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