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

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44. For the purposes of this plan, the normal retirement age is 65. However, an employee who ceases to participate in the plan is entitled to a pension if the employee
(1)  (subparagraph repealed);
(2)  has at least 32 years of service;
(3)  has at least 30 years of service and is not under 50 years of age;
(4)  (subparagraph repealed);
(5)  has become unable to perform his regular duties by reason of a physical or mental disability defined by regulation;
(6)  is not under 60 years of age;
(7)  has at least 25 years of service.
The pension shall be granted on the date on which the employee retires in accordance with section 53.
Subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph applies only to employees referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 of section 1 or to employees, except middle managers, referred to in paragraph 4 of that section, for any period of absence without pay or disability giving entitlement to the application of section 18, in progress on the date of coming into force of a mandatory supplementary salary insurance plan referred to in section 20.
1987, c. 107, s. 44; 1997, c. 71, s. 9; 2002, c. 30, s. 10; 2004, c. 39, s. 11.
44. For the purposes of this plan, the normal retirement age is 65. However, an employee who ceases to participate in the plan is entitled to a pension if the employee
(1)  (subparagraph repealed);
(2)  has at least 32 years of service;
(3)  has at least 30 years of service and is not under 50 years of age;
(4)  (subparagraph repealed);
(5)  has become unable to perform his regular duties by reason of a physical or mental disability defined by regulation;
(6)  is not under 60 years of age;
(7)  has at least 25 years of service.
The pension shall be granted on the date on which the employee retires in accordance with section 53.
Subparagraph 5 of the first paragraph does not apply to employees referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph of section 1.1, to intermediate officers referred to in the regulation enacted pursuant to subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph of that section and to employees referred to in section 5. In addition, the pension provided for in that subparagraph 5 shall be granted to an employee only if the period of disability giving entitlement to the application of section 17 begins before the date of coming into force of a mandatory supplementary salary insurance plan referred to in section 17.2.
1987, c. 107, s. 44; 1997, c. 71, s. 9; 2002, c. 30, s. 10.
44. For the purposes of this plan, the normal retirement age is 65. However, an employee who ceases to participate in the plan is entitled to a pension if the employee
(1)  (subparagraph repealed);
(2)  has at least 32 years of service;
(3)  has at least 30 years of service and is not under 50 years of age;
(4)  (subparagraph repealed);
(5)  has become unable to perform his regular duties by reason of a physical or mental disability defined by regulation;
(6)  is not under 60 years of age;
(7)  has at least 25 years of service.
The pension shall be granted on the date on which the employee retires in accordance with section 53.
1987, c. 107, s. 44; 1997, c. 71, s. 9; 2002, c. 30, s. 10.
44. An employee who ceases to participate in the plan is entitled to a pension if the employee
(1)  has attained normal retirement age, that is, 65 years of age;
(2)  has at least 32 years of service;
(3)  has at least 30 years of service and is not under 50 years of age;
(4)  is not under 60 years of age and his age added to his years of service totals 90 or more;
(5)  has become unable to perform his regular duties by reason of a physical or mental disability defined by regulation;
(6)  is not under 60 years of age;
(7)  has at least 25 years of service.
The pension shall be granted on the date on which the employee retires in accordance with section 53.
1987, c. 107, s. 44; 1997, c. 71, s. 9.
44. A pension is granted to an employee who
(1)  has attained normal retirement age, that is, 65 years of age;
(2)  has at least 32 years of service;
(3)  has at least 30 years of service and is not under 50 years of age;
(4)  is not under 60 years of age and his age added to his years of service totals 90 or more;
(5)  has become unable to perform his regular duties by reason of a physical or mental disability defined by regulation;
(6)  is not under 60 years of age;
(7)  has at least 25 years of service.
The employee must be a member of this plan at the time he retires under any of the criteria listed above.
1987, c. 107, s. 44.