Alaska Statutes.
Title 22. Judiciary
Chapter 25. Retirement and Death Benefits
Section 25. Administration; Federal Qualification Requirements.
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AS 22.25.025. Administration; Federal Qualification Requirements.

(a) The commissioner of administration is responsible for the administration of the judicial retirement system. The system is intended to qualify as a governmental plan established and maintained by the government of this state for the state's employees, as permitted under 26 U.S.C. 414(d). The commissioner shall publish an information handbook for the system at intervals as the commissioner considers appropriate.

(b) An amendment to this chapter does not provide a person with a vested right to a benefit if the Internal Revenue Service determines that the amendment will result in disqualification of the plan under the Internal Revenue Code.

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