2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 11:423 — State service for which credit has not been received due to administrative error
§423. State service for which credit has not been received due to administrative error
A. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, but in accordance with applicable laws relative to determining whether such state service is or was creditable, any person who was denied membership in the system for any state employment rendered in a position that should have made membership mandatory as a condition of employment, but was not so enrolled due to an administrative error on the part of the agency where so employed, shall be entitled to receive service credit for the period denied.
B. The appointing authority or personnel officer of the agency wherein the service was performed shall certify the inclusive dates of employment, the base pay and earned compensation of the employee during the period, whether the employment was full-time or part-time, whether the employment was performed on a job appointment, intermittent or emergency basis, and the reason the member was not enrolled in the system at the time of employment.
C. State service previously denied to the member and deemed as creditable by the board may be purchased, provided application is filed with the retirement system as outlined in Subsection B of this Section. In addition, the member shall pay into the system an amount equal to the current employee contributions based on the member's earned compensation at the time the service was performed, plus compound interest at the current board-approved actuarial valuation rate from date of service until paid, and the employing agency where such service was denied (or its successor agency) shall pay into the system an amount equal to the greater of actuarial cost to the system of any additional retirement benefits payable as a result of the receipt of service credit as authorized by this Section or the sum of the employer contributions which would have been due plus interest thereon at the board-approved actuarial valuation rate, minus the amount to be paid by the member. No service credit shall be allowed until both the employee and employer have paid in full and prior to retirement the amounts described above.
Acts 1985, No. 730, §1; Acts 1990, No. 423, §1; Redesignated from R.S. 42:562.1 by Acts 1991, No. 74, §3, eff. June 25, 1991.
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