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A person claiming entitlement to benefits payable under this chapter as a consequence of a justice's or judge's death shall provide the commissioner of administration with a marriage certificate, divorce or dissolution judgment, or other evidence of entitlement. Documents establishing entitlement may be filed with the commissioner immediately after a change in the justice's or judge's marital status. If the commissioner does not receive notification of a claim before the date 10 days after the justice's or judge's death, the person claiming entitlement is not entitled to receive from the Department of Administration any benefit already paid by the commissioner under this chapter.
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