2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 42 - Workers' Compensation
Section 42-7-210. Transfers from general fund to State Accident Fund authorized.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 42-7-210 (2017)

Notwithstanding the amounts annually appropriated as Workers' Compensation Insurance to cover Workers' Compensation benefit claims paid to employees of the state government who are entitled under state law, the State Treasurer and the Comptroller General are hereby authorized and directed to pay from the general fund of the State to the State Accident Fund such funds as are necessary to cover actual benefit claims paid and expenses relating to the operations of the agency during the current fiscal year which exceed the amounts paid in for this purpose by the various agencies, departments, and institutions. The State Accident Fund must certify quarterly to the State Fiscal Accountability Authority the state's liability for such benefit claims actually paid to claimants who are employees of the State of South Carolina and entitled under state law. The amount so certified must be remitted to the State Accident Fund.

HISTORY: 2002 Act No. 356, Section 1, Pt IX.K, eff July 1, 2002.

Code Commissioner's Note

At the direction of the Code Commissioner, references in this section to the offices of the former State Budget and Control Board, Office of the Governor, or other agencies, were changed to reflect the transfer of them to the Department of Administration or other entities, pursuant to the directive of the South Carolina Restructuring Act, 2014 Act No. 121, Section 5(D)(1), effective July 1, 2015.

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