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AGO Opinions with Topic: FIREMEN'S PENSION ACT
AGO 1952 No. 423 >  November 5, 1952
FIREMEN'S PENSION ACT - WHETHER THE AMOUNT OF A FIREMAN'S PENSION OF A FIREMAN WHO WAS CONTINUOUSLY EMPLOYED FROM DECEMBER, 1923, TO JANUARY, 1952, APPLYING FOR RETIREMENT BY REASON OF LENGTH OF SERVICE, IS CONTROLLED BY THE PROVISIONS OF THE 1919 FIREMEN'S RELIEF AND PENSION ACT, OR THE 1935 AMENDMENT THERETO, OR THE REPEALING ACT OF 1947
FIREMEN'S PENSION ACT ‑- WHETHER THE AMOUNT OF A FIREMAN'S PENSION OF A FIREMAN WHO WAS CONTINUOUSLY EMPLOYED FROM DECEMBER, 1923, TO JANUARY, 1952, APPLYING FOR RETIREMENT BY REASON OF LENGTH The amount of the pension to be paid to a fireman employed continuously as a fireman from December, 1923, to January, 1952, applying for retirement by reason of length of service, is governed by the Firemen's Relief and Pension Act of 1919 and the amendments thereto, including the 1935 amendment, but is not affected by the 1947 repealing act.
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