Title 109 Pensions

Sections

1.01
Amendment, Restatement, and Consolidation
1.02
Definitions
1.03
Continued Existence
1.04
Exemption From Execution
1.05
Agreement May Not Supersede This Act
1.06
Other Pension System Established by State Law
1.07
Construction of Act
2.01
Definitions
2.02
Actuarial Assumptions
2.03
References to Certain Law
2.04
Compensation
2.05
Officers
2.06
Quorum and Voting
2.07
Meetings; Minutes
2.08
Administration of Funds
2.09
Determination by Board
2.10
Testimony
2.11
Rulemaking
2.12
Gift, Grant, or Bequest
2.13
Confidentiality of Information About Members, Retirees, Annuitants, or Beneficiaries
2.021
Qualifications of Trustees
2.025
Independent Actuarial Analysis and Legislative Recommendations
2.035
Trustee Training
3.01
Board of Trustees
3.02
Professional Consultants
3.03
Legal Advisor
3.04
Appointment of Executive Director
3.05
Indemnity
3.06
Rules; Quorum; Removal
3.07
Board Records
3.08
Administration of Police Retirement System
3.09
Actuary; Duties
3.10
Investment Managers
3.011
Nominations Committee
3.11
Investment Consultant
3.012
Removal of Trustees
3.12
Legal Counsel
3.013
Trustee Training
3.13
Reimbursement of Legal Expenses of Board Member or Employee of System
3.14
Confidentiality of Information About Members, Retirees, Annuitants, or Beneficiaries
3.025
Chief Investment Officer
4.01
Payment of Administrative and Professional Services Fees
4.02
Use of Public Funds
4.03
Member Contributions
4.04
Refund of Group B Member Contributions
4.05
Investment Counselor; Qualifications
4.06
Investment Custody Account or Master Trust Agreements
4.07
Investment of Surplus
4.08
Actuarial Valuation
4.09
Rewards, Donations, and Contributions
4.011
Membership of Fire Chief and Police Chief
4.021
Contributions by a Municipality
4.023
Uniformed Service
4.025
City or Member Contributions If No Unfunded Actuarial Liabilities
4.071
Board Approval of Certain Alternative Investments
5.01
Membership in Combined Pension Plan
5.02
Effective Date of Group B Membership
5.03
Termination of Group B Membership
5.04
Group B Membership May Be Declared Inactive
5.05
Pension Service
5.06
Vested Rights of Group B Members
5.07
Purchase of Pension Service by Group B Members
5.08
Members in Uniformed Services
5.09
Amendments Increasing Contributions by Members
5.10
Emergency, Routine, or Statutorily Required Amendments by Board
5.11
Semiannual Meeting of Board and Governing Body
6.01
Group a Retirement Pension
6.02
Group B Retirement Pension
6.03
Disability Benefits
6.04
Calculation of Regular Disability Benefits
6.05
Death of a Member; Treatment of Accumulated Deposits
6.06
General Rules Governing Death Benefits
6.07
Group a Death Benefits
6.08
Group B Death Benefits
6.09
Qualified Surviving Spouse Special Death Benefit
6.10
Suspension Rights
6.10A
Minimum Benefits to Certain Group a Primary Parties Who Were Group A, Old Plan, or Combined Pension Plan Members and Their Qualified Survivors
6.11
Minimum Benefits to Group B Primary Parties and Their Qualified Survivors
6.12
Adjustments to Retirement and Disability Pension Benefits
6.13
Guardianship
6.14
Deferred Retirement Option Plan
6.15
Medical Examination
6.16
Waiver of Benefits
6.18
Investigation
6.19
Certificate of Member Pension Benefit Eligibility
6.20
Erroneous Payments or Overpayments
6.021
Authority to Adopt Alternative Multipliers for Computation of Certain Group B Benefits
6.022
Authority to Reduce Retirement Age
6.035
Disability Benefits for Certain Persons in Uniformed Services
6.055
Reduction in Disability or Compensation Benefits for Certain Persons
6.061
Prospective Reinstatement of Certain Death Benefits
6.063
Authority to Elect Certain Actuarially Reduced Benefits
6.064
Designees
6.141
Deferred Annuitization of Certain Drop Accounts
6A.01
Equitable Adjustments to Benefits
6A.02
Adjudication of Certain Challenges
7.01
Surviving Spouse of Firefighter
7.02
Surviving Spouse of Retiree
7.03
Surviving Spouse of Former Firefighter
7.04
Investment Powers of the Board
7.05
Professional Consultants
7.06
Payments to Dependent Parents
7.08
Person Causing Death of Member or Beneficiary
7.09
Surviving Beneficiary of Certain Unmarried Members
7.51
Policy
8.01
Qualification Under Federal Tax Law
8.02
Excess Benefit Plan for Police Officers and Fire Fighters
8.03
Exemption of Benefits From Judicial Process or Alienation
8.04
Manner of Administration
8.05
Funding of Benefits
8.06
Establishment of Drop Account at Retirement
8.08
Subsequent Disability of Drop Participant
8.09
Retirement Benefit Payable to Drop Participant
8.10
Termination or Modification of Drop by Fund
9.01
Time for Payment to Retired Members
9.02
Time for Payment to Survivors; Payment to Estate
9.03
Limitation on Payment of Benefits
9.04
Ineligibility for Disability Pension
9.05
No Integration With Social Security
9.06
Withdrawal of Contributions
9.07
Escheat of Contributions
9.08
Insufficient Funds; Prorated Reduction in Benefits
9.09
Reduction in Benefit Payments on Request
9.10
Optional Retirement Annuity
10.01
Municipal and Member Contributions
10.02
Pickup of Firefighter Contributions
10.03
Contributions and Income As Assets of Fund
10.04
Interest on Individual Accounts
10.05
Designation of Beneficiary by Board
10.06
Modification of Severance and Death Benefits
11.01
Investments
11.03
Investment Policy
11.04
Fiduciaries
12.01
Administrator and Employees
12.02
Legal Counsel
12.03
Actuary
12.04
Investment Counselors and Managers; Custodian of Assets
12.05
Medical Board
12.06
Retirement Counseling
12.07
Audits; Employment of Certified Public Accountants
12.08
Civil Actions for Money Wrongfully Paid out or Obtained
13.01
Transfer of Eligible Rollover Distributions
13.02
Mandatory Distributions Prohibited
6228h
Assumption of Pension Liabilities of Participating Subdivision by Annexing Governmental Entity
6228j
Retirement, Disability and Death Benefit Systems for Appointive County Employees
6243k
Retirement, Disability and Death Benefit Systems for Appointive City or Town Employees