R-9.2 - Act respecting the Pension Plan of Peace Officers in Correctional Services

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133. Retraite Québec may, on the recommendation of the pension committee established under section 139.3 and with the authorization of the Government, enter into a transfer agreement with a body having a pension plan or any other body maintaining or administering a pension plan to obtain the transfer, in respect of an employee who is a member of this plan, of all or part of years of service credited to the employee under the pension plan of which he formerly was a member. If such a transfer agreement stipulates that years and parts of a year of service standing to the credit of an employee under the other pension plan are recognized solely for purposes of entitlement to a pension under this plan, any employee who pays an amount determined pursuant to the agreement to be credited under this plan with all or part of such years and parts of a year of service shall do so as provided in section 30.
Retraite Québec may, according to law, enter into such an agreement with a government in Canada or any of its departments or agencies.
Such agreements may provide the terms and conditions of a transfer and provide for the case of an employee who enters the service of a government in Canada or of one of its departments or of any other agency.
1987, c. 107, s. 133; 1992, c. 67, s. 29; 2004, c. 39, s. 53; 2015, c. 20, s. 61; 2015, c. 27, s. 4.
133. The Commission may, on the recommendation of the pension committee established under section 139.3 and with the authorization of the Government, enter into a transfer agreement with a body having a pension plan or any other body maintaining or administering a pension plan to obtain the transfer, in respect of an employee who is a member of this plan, of all or part of years of service credited to the employee under the pension plan of which he formerly was a member. If such a transfer agreement stipulates that years and parts of a year of service standing to the credit of an employee under the other pension plan are recognized solely for purposes of entitlement to a pension under this plan, any employee who pays an amount determined pursuant to the agreement to be credited under this plan with all or part of such years and parts of a year of service shall do so as provided in section 30.
The Commission may, according to law, enter into such an agreement with a government in Canada or any of its departments or agencies.
Such agreements may provide the terms and conditions of a transfer and provide for the case of an employee who enters the service of a government in Canada or of one of its departments or of any other agency.
1987, c. 107, s. 133; 1992, c. 67, s. 29; 2004, c. 39, s. 53; 2015, c. 27, s. 4.
133. The Commission may, with the authorization of the Government, enter into a transfer agreement with a body having a pension plan or any other body maintaining or administering a pension plan to obtain the transfer, in respect of an employee who is a member of this plan, of all or part of years of service credited to the employee under the pension plan of which he formerly was a member. If such a transfer agreement stipulates that years and parts of a year of service standing to the credit of an employee under the other pension plan are recognized solely for purposes of entitlement to a pension under this plan, any employee who pays an amount determined pursuant to the agreement to be credited under this plan with all or part of such years and parts of a year of service shall do so as provided in section 30.
The Commission may, according to law, enter into such an agreement with a government in Canada or any of its departments or agencies.
Such agreements may provide the terms and conditions of a transfer and provide for the case of an employee who enters the service of a government in Canada or of one of its departments or of any other agency.
1987, c. 107, s. 133; 1992, c. 67, s. 29; 2004, c. 39, s. 53.
133. The Commission may, with the authorization of the Government, enter into a transfer agreement with a body having a pension plan or any other body maintaining or administering a pension plan to obtain the transfer, in respect of an employee who is a member of this plan, of all or part of years of service credited to the employee under the pension plan of which he formerly was a member. If such a transfer agreement stipulates that years and parts of a year of service standing to the credit of an employee under the other pension plan are recognized solely for purposes of entitlement to a pension under this plan, any employee who pays an amount determined pursuant to the agreement to be credited under this plan with all or part of such years and parts of a year of service shall do so as provided in the second paragraph of section 40.
The Commission may, according to law, enter into such an agreement with a government in Canada or any of its departments or agencies.
Such agreements may provide the terms and conditions of a transfer and provide for the case of an employee who enters the service of a government in Canada or of one of its departments or of any other agency.
1987, c. 107, s. 133; 1992, c. 67, s. 29.
133. The Commission may, with the authorization of the Government, enter into a transfer agreement with a government in Canada or any other body maintaining or administering a pension plan to obtain the transfer, in respect of an employee who is a member of this plan, of all or part of years of service credited to the employee under the pension plan of which he formerly was a member. If such a transfer agreement stipulates that years and parts of a year of service standing to the credit of an employee under the other pension plan are recognized solely for purposes of entitlement to a pension under this plan, any employee who pays an amount determined pursuant to the agreement to be credited under this plan with all or part of such years and parts of a year of service shall do so as provided in the second paragraph of section 40.
An agreement under the first paragraph may apply to an employee who enters the service of a government in Canada or of any other body.
1987, c. 107, s. 133.