Illinois Law Quarterly Volume 2

Illinois Law Quarterly Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: made on the retired member, failure to contribute as others do will not bar him?" So where ofiicers of certain classes were entitled on retirement to pensions increasing with the length of service, from a fund partly formed by deductions from salaries, abatement to be made from pensions for years of service before the act passed, in respect to which no deduction from salary had been made, and for some years it was mistakenly thought that an ofiicer of a certain class was not within the act, and no deduction from his salary was made, it was held that he was entitled to pension, and in computing its amount could count the years of service in which no deduction from his salary had been made. Whether abatement should be made for previous overpayment of salary was not decided?" A provision that no pension shall be paid until the fund reaches a given amount is a condition upon the time, not upon the right to receive the pension. When the event which would otherwise entitle to a ension occurs before the fund has accumulated, the rig t is not lost, but the time for the award is postponed." 272. Spooner v. Payne (Eng. 1852), 1 De Gex, M. 8: G. 383, affirming 2 De Gex & Smale (1849), 439. 273. Calder v. Chicago (1913), 176 Ill. App. 313. 274. O'Connor v. Trustees Firemen's Pension Fund (1910), 155 Ill. App. 460, aflirmed on another ground 247 Ill. 54. 275. Mason v. Commonwealth (Australia, 1910), 10 Com. L. R. 655. 276. Miller v. Hamilton (189 ), 28 Canada Sup. Ct. Rep. 475; State v. Board (1906), 117 La. 1071, 42 So. 506. VII. CONDITIONS WHICH DEFEAT RIGHT TO PENSION, OR FORFEIT, OR SUBJECT TO DISCONTINUANCE, PENSIONS GRANTED A. RESIGNATION AND DISMISSAL Whether or not the authority of a board to grant or the right of more

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  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 331g
  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236794478
  • 9781236794475