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(a) A member may apply to the administrator to have unused sick leave credited toward the member's retirement. The application must be in a form approved by the administrator. The application must present the member's full and entire claim for accrued unused sick leave credit as reflected by the records of the member's last employer preceding appointment to retirement, unless the member submits an additional claim for unused sick leave for TRS service with the University of Alaska under (b) of this section.
(b) A member who has unused sick leave for TRS service with the University of Alaska may submit an application for that unused sick leave and an application for unused sick leave for employment with other TRS employers.
(c) An application to credit unused sick leave toward appointment to retirement must contain, or be accompanied by, a certified statement by the employer that confirms the amount of the member's unused sick leave.
(d) Unused sick leave approved for credit by the administrator under this section is credited toward retirement under this subsection. Only full days of unused sick leave are credited for appointment to retirement. Unused sick leave of 172 days is credited as one full year of service credit. Unused sick leave in excess of 172 days is counted on a day-for-day basis for additional service credit. All service credit is granted in accordance with the table for partial year credit referred to in AS 14.25.220 (40).
History: In effect before 10/21/83, Register 93
Authority: AS 14.25.035
AS 14.25.220 (40)
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