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(a) It is the responsibility of the member to make application for retirement in writing on a form prescribed by the administrator. The effective date of application is the day the application is received by the division, or, if mailed, the day the application is postmarked. A member requesting appointment to retirement should apply 30 days before the requested retirement date.
(b) If a mailed application has an illegible postmark or an undated postmark, the postmark date is rebuttably presumed to be five working days before the day the application is received in the division.
(c) The amendment to (a) of this section, regarding postmark, and (b) of this section, apply to applications pending or mailed on or after December 12, 1988.
History: In effect before 10/21/83, Register 93; am 5/3/89, Register 111
Authority: AS 14.25.022
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