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Session Laws, 1962
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372 LAWS OF MARYLAND [CH. ill

to four years for any four year term of a General Assembly during
which such previous service was rendered.

9.

(7) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this article,
every employee of the State or of a participating municipal cor-
poration, [including any official elected or appointed for a fixed
term, ] who is or becomes a member of the Employees' Retirement
System and who at any previous time since October 1, 1941, was an
employee [or official] of the State or of one or more of the counties
or municipal corporations of this State, and whose previous em-
ployment by the State or county or municipal corporation of this
State was not terminated as his own volition, [or who was not
re-elected or reappointed at the expiration of his fixed term of
office, ] shall receive in the Employees' Retirement System service
credit for the time spent as a member of the Employees' Retirement
System in such previous employment so that he shall again be
credited with all his creditable service as a member of the Em-
ployees' Retirement System, including prior service credit to which
he was entitled during the previous employment. Upon receiving
a claim for such service credit from such employee, the board of
trustees of the Retirement System shall verify the fact of such
previous employment, the condition of the termination of such pre-
vious employment, and the creditable service to which the member
is entitled, compute the amount due from such political subdivision
for the service for which credit is claimed, and submit a statement
to the county or municipal corporation for such amount, such com-
putation to be based upon the compensation actually received by
such employee from the county or municipal corporation during
the period for which service is to be credited. The county or munici-
pal corporation is authorized and directed forthwith to pay the said
amount to the Retirement System, or to place it in the next ensuing
budget for prompt payment when that budget becomes effective.
The board of trustees is authorized and directed to include any
amount due from the State in the appropriation allowed by the
next ensuing State budget.

Any such member [, including an official for a fixed term, ] who
receives membership service credit for service rendered to the
State or to any county or municipal corporation under the pro-
visions of this subsection shall pay to the Retirement System by
a single payment, within such period of time as may be determined
by the board of trustees, the contributions, with interest, which
he paid when he was a member of the Retirement System but
withdrew. Provided, however, that any such member may waive
the payment of any or all such contributions, in which case upon
retirement any ordinary disability retirement allowance or any
allowance due to non-reappointment or non-re-election to any office
payable to such a member, shall be reduced by the actuarial equivalent
of those contributions which he had not paid, with interest to date
of retirement.

The total retirement allowance that would have been payable
to the beneficiary had he not waived his contributions shall be used
as the basis for the determination of any supplemental payment
under the provisions of Section 14 (7) of this article.


 

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