89. Any officer aged less than sixty-five years, superannuated for any physical or mental infirmity, who becomes able to render services, may be called upon by the Government to fill any public office which is not inferior in rank and emoluments to that which he had left, if such office permits of his residing either in the locality where he has his residence or in that where he resided when he was superannuated.
Acceptance of such an office shall cancel the superannuation and the officer must continue to submit to the deduction during the period of his new service, which shall avail for pension purposes.
If such officer refuses to accept the office so offered, he shall lose the right to any pension other than the deferred pension under section 84.
Subject to the fifth paragraph of this section, the payment of a pension shall cease while and whenever the beneficiary holds, temporarily or permanently, any office, function or employment to which is attached a remuneration paid by the Gouvernement du Québec or by a bureau, commission or board under such Government.
However, when the remuneration, whether annual or computed on an annual basis, is less than the annual amount of the pension, the beneficiary shall continue to receive, pursuant to the modalities of this act, the difference between the remuneration and the amount of the pension.
R. S. 1964, c. 14, s. 66; 1965 (1st sess.), c. 15, s. 28; 1977, c. 5, s. 14.