Alaska Statutes.
Title 22. Judiciary
Chapter 25. Retirement and Death Benefits
Section 12. Retirement Benefits of Administrative Director.
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AS 22.25.012. Retirement Benefits of Administrative Director.

(a) An administrative director of the Alaska court system appointed under art. IV, sec. 16 of the state constitution is a member under the judicial retirement system as of the date of the administrative director's appointment and is entitled to retirement benefits under this chapter on the terms and conditions applicable to a superior court judge appointed after July 1, 1978, except that an administrative director may receive retirement benefits only with service as administrative director for 10 or more years.

(b) An administrative director who vacates the office of administrative director for any reason and who has not at that time accrued 10 years of credited service under this chapter is entitled to a refund of contributions to the judicial retirement system together with interest.

(c) An administrative director who withdraws from the judicial retirement system under (b) of this section is eligible for membership in the public employees' retirement system (AS 39.35) and shall receive credited service in that system for service rendered as administrative director. To be eligible for membership in the public employees' retirement system under this subsection, the administrative director must contribute to the public employees' retirement system

(1) the amount that would have been contributed if the administrative director had been a member during the period of the membership in the judicial retirement system; and

(2) any contributions for service as administrative director refunded from the public employees' retirement system at the time the administrative director became a member of the judicial retirement system.

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