R-12.1 - Act respecting the Pension Plan of Management Personnel

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125. Notwithstanding section 126, an employee who was granted maternity leave may be credited, without contributions, with the days of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1973 or that began after that date and ended before 1 July 1976, up to a total of 90 contributory days.
An employee who was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan may be credited with the days and parts of a day of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1983 or that began on or before 31 December 1988, without contributions, up to a total of 130 contributory days.
The employee referred to in the first paragraph must, in order to be credited with such maternity leave, have contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, as the case may be, in the 12 months preceding the beginning of the maternity leave, and have again contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan within two years following the year in which the maternity leave ended.
For the purposes of the third paragraph, an employee who, in respect of a period of service immediately preceding the date on which she became a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, contributed to a supplementary pension plan or redeemed the entire period of service in the form of a pension credit under the Act respecting the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (chapter R-10) is deemed to have contributed to this plan in the 12 months preceding the date on which the employee’s maternity leave began. In such a case, the employee may be credited with the days of maternity leave during which she was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan and the days of maternity leave during which she was not a member of that plan may be added, solely for purposes of eligibility for a pension, to the years of service credited, if those days have not otherwise been counted or credited.
Any sums paid by the employee referred to in the first paragraph to redeem days of maternity leave pursuant to the provisions relating to the redemption of days of absence without pay are reimbursed without interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Teachers Pension Plan or the Civil Service Superannuation Plan, or with interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan. In this last case, interest is compounded annually at the rates determined in Schedule VII until the date the application is received at Retraite Québec and at the rate determined in Schedule VIII from the day following that date until the date the refund is paid.
2001, c. 31, s. 125; 2002, c. 30, s. 155; 2004, c. 39, s. 249; 2007, c. 43, s. 152; 2015, c. 20, s. 61.
125. Notwithstanding section 126, an employee who was granted maternity leave may be credited, without contributions, with the days of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1973 or that began after that date and ended before 1 July 1976, up to a total of 90 contributory days.
An employee who was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan may be credited with the days and parts of a day of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1983 or that began on or before 31 December 1988, without contributions, up to a total of 130 contributory days.
The employee referred to in the first paragraph must, in order to be credited with such maternity leave, have contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, as the case may be, in the 12 months preceding the beginning of the maternity leave, and have again contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan within two years following the year in which the maternity leave ended.
For the purposes of the third paragraph, an employee who, in respect of a period of service immediately preceding the date on which she became a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, contributed to a supplementary pension plan or redeemed the entire period of service in the form of a pension credit under the Act respecting the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (chapter R-10) is deemed to have contributed to this plan in the 12 months preceding the date on which the employee’s maternity leave began. In such a case, the employee may be credited with the days of maternity leave during which she was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan and the days of maternity leave during which she was not a member of that plan may be added, solely for purposes of eligibility for a pension, to the years of service credited, if those days have not otherwise been counted or credited.
Any sums paid by the employee referred to in the first paragraph to redeem days of maternity leave pursuant to the provisions relating to the redemption of days of absence without pay are reimbursed without interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Teachers Pension Plan or the Civil Service Superannuation Plan, or with interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan. In this last case, interest is compounded annually at the rates determined in Schedule VII until the date the application is received at the Commission and at the rate determined in Schedule VIII from the day following that date until the date the refund is paid.
2001, c. 31, s. 125; 2002, c. 30, s. 155; 2004, c. 39, s. 249; 2007, c. 43, s. 152.
125. Notwithstanding section 126, an employee who was granted maternity leave may be credited, without contributions, with the days of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1973 or that began after that date and ended before 1 July 1976, up to a total of 90 contributory days.
An employee who was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan may be credited with the days and parts of a day of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1983 or that began on or before 31 December 1988, without contributions, up to a total of 130 contributory days.
The employee referred to in the first paragraph must, in order to be credited with such maternity leave, have contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, as the case may be, in the 12 months preceding the beginning of the maternity leave, and have again contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan within two years following the year in which the maternity leave ended.
For the purposes of the third paragraph, an employee who, in respect of a period of service immediately preceding the date on which she became a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, contributed to a supplementary pension plan or redeemed the entire period of service in the form of a pension credit under the Act respecting the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (chapter R-10) is deemed to have contributed to this plan in the 12 months preceding the date on which the employee’s maternity leave began. In such a case, the employee may be credited with the days of maternity leave during which she was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan and the days of maternity leave during which she was not a member of that plan may be added, solely for purposes of eligibility for a pension, to the years of service credited, if those days have not otherwise been counted or credited.
Any contributions paid by the employee referred to in the first paragraph to redeem days of maternity leave pursuant to the provisions relating to the redemption of days of absence without pay are reimbursed without interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Teachers Pension Plan or the Civil Service Superannuation Plan, or with interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan. In this last case, interest is compounded annually at the rates determined in Schedule VII until the date the application is received at the Commission and at the rate determined in Schedule VIII from the day following that date until the date the refund is paid.
2001, c. 31, s. 125; 2002, c. 30, s. 155; 2004, c. 39, s. 249.
125. Notwithstanding section 126, an employee who was granted maternity leave may be credited, without contributions, with the days of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1973 or that began after that date and ended before 1 July 1976, up to a total of 90 contributory days.
An employee who was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan may be credited with the days and parts of a day of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1983 or that began on or before 31 December 1988, without contributions, up to a total of 130 contributory days.
The employee referred to in the first paragraph must, in order to be credited with such maternity leave, have contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, as the case may be, in the 12 months preceding the beginning of the maternity leave, and have again contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan within two years following the year in which the maternity leave ended.
For the purposes of the third paragraph, an employee who, in respect of a period of service immediately preceding the date on which she became a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, contributed to a supplementary pension plan or redeemed the entire period of service in the form of a pension credit under the Act respecting the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (chapter R-10) is deemed to have contributed to this plan in the 12 months preceding the date on which the employee’s maternity leave began. In such a case, the employee may be credited with the days of maternity leave during which she was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan and the days of maternity leave during which she was not a member of that plan may be added, solely for purposes of eligibility for a pension, to the years of service credited, if those days have not otherwise been counted or credited.
Any contributions paid by the employee referred to in the first paragraph to redeem days of maternity leave pursuant to the provisions relating to the redemption of days of absence without pay are reimbursed without interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Teachers Pension Plan or the Civil Service Superannuation Plan, or with interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan.
2001, c. 31, s. 125; 2002, c. 30, s. 155.
125. Notwithstanding section 126, an employee who was granted maternity leave may be credited, without contributions, with the days of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1973 or that began after that date and ended before 1 July 1976, up to a total of 90 contributory days.
An employee who was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan may be credited with the days and parts of a day of maternity leave that was in progress on 1 July 1983 or that began on or before 31 December 1988, without contributions, up to a total of 130 contributory days.
The employee referred to in the first paragraph must, in order to be credited with such maternity leave, have contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, as the case may be, in the 12 months preceding the beginning of the maternity leave, and have again contributed to the Teachers Pension Plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan within two years following the year in which the maternity leave ended.
For the purposes of the third paragraph, an employee who, in respect of a period of service immediately preceding the date on which she became a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan, contributed to a supplementary pension plan or redeemed the entire period of service in the form of a pension credit under the Act respecting the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (chapter R-10) is deemed to have contributed to this plan in the 12 months preceding the date on which the employee’s maternity leave began. In such a case, the employee may be credited with the days of maternity leave during which she was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan and the days of maternity leave during which she was not a member of that plan may be added, solely for purposes of eligibility for a pension, to the years of service credited, if those days have not otherwise been counted or credited.
Any contributions paid by the employee referred to in the first paragraph to redeem days of maternity leave pursuant to the provisions relating to the redemption of days of leave without pay are reimbursed without interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Teachers Pension Plan or the Civil Service Superannuation Plan, or with interest if they were redeemed while the employee was a member of the Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan.
2001, c. 31, s. 125.