T-16 - Courts of Justice Act

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224.4. A judge under 65 years of age who, upon ceasing to hold office, has less than two years of service is entitled to a refund of the contributions the judge paid and those transferred to this pension plan, with accrued interest, unless the judge elects to transfer such years or parts of a year of service to another pension plan pursuant to a transfer agreement made under section 246.24.
If the judge dies before obtaining the refund, the judge’s contributions shall be refunded to the judge’s spouse or, if the judge leaves no spouse, to the judge’s heirs.
2001, c. 8, s. 9; 2017, c. 302017, c. 30, s. 9.
224.4. A judge under 65 years of age who, upon ceasing to hold office, has less than two years of service is entitled to a refund of the contributions paid with accrued interest, unless the judge elects to transfer such years or parts of a year of service to another pension plan pursuant to a transfer agreement made under section 246.24.
If the judge dies before obtaining the refund, the judge’s contributions shall be refunded to the judge’s spouse or, if the judge leaves no spouse, to the judge’s heirs.
2001, c. 8, s. 9.