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72-2665. Same; refunds; transfers to another city operating under this act; payment to heirs, when. If at any time a teacher who is willing to continue is not re-employed or is discharged before the time when he or she would, under the provisions of this act, be entitled to a pension, then such teacher shall be paid back at once the money he or she may have contributed under this act. Should a teacher duly accredited in a city of the first class accept service in the public schools of any other city of the first class, operating under this law, a sum equivalent to all payments made by such teacher into the retirement fund shall be transferred to the retirement fund of the city in which such service is accepted. Any teacher who shall retire voluntarily from the service, shall receive a refund of one-half of the money he or she shall have contributed under this act. And should any teacher die before receiving any of the benefits or pensions by this act provided, the board of education shall pay to such teacher's heirs or estate one-half of the amount, without interest, which shall have been paid into such pension fund by said teacher.

History: L. 1911, ch. 280, § 5; R.S. 1923, 72-1730; L. 1935, ch. 257, § 5; May 15.

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