2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 11:3037 — Conditions for retirement
§3037. Conditions for retirement
A. Any member in active service may retire on a service retirement annuity, upon his written application, at his option, provided such member shall be at least sixty years of age and shall have rendered at least ten years of total service, or shall have completed twenty-five years of service and attained age fifty, notwithstanding that withdrawal from service may have occurred prior to the time application is made.
B. Any member whose withdrawal from service occurs prior to this attainment of age sixty, who shall have completed at least ten years of total service and who shall not have received from the systems a refund of his contributions, shall be entitled to a service retirement annuity upon application, upon or after his attainment of age sixty.
C. On or after January 1, 1955, any member who shall have attained or shall attain the age of sixty-eight years shall be compulsorily retired, provided the board may continue a member in service beyond such age, but in no case shall such extension exceed a total of two years.
D. Any member whose employment is terminated after having completed less than ten years of total service shall be entitled to receive a refund of his total contributions to the system, without interest.
Designated from Acts 1967, No. 9, §1, by Acts 1991, No. 74, §3, eff. June 25, 1991.
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