1941 Book 3 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1941)

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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
AUSTIN
Geain C. MaMN
Honorable Claude A. Williams
Chairman and Kteoutive Director
Texas Unemployment Compensation Co0mssion
Austin, Texas
Dear Sir:
Opinion No, 0-43M.
Re: Whether or   ot Money p
the P , f   hploens'     Ms a,
P.Dsabi ty Stit  s aM De
Beas to*        tutes wags
wi i     e ft o.    f Section (6)
of    1         at?-17 Vernoas mApn-
tate        tutoo.
We rea eei.       lett  4  ad Maroh ZZ  1941#
esatiLng o- op   o' a    wh~et , o not eao    aAheets
asB dezarlbed         a IosI             nsooDs         t
fie, and Do h      soeft     se       within the meanifn
of Seotion (o) a.            b   , SUpfl,
1    tk   * lt, which gets Out the
payments   as e   r        atas tamerws
11    t    ent on pension Is providet to ep yees
o         ora uo lasses listed below, 3loy4s in Class A
may  0   ti  4    a service peio  either at their own
reque   a   t   e dlsore0oa of the Oommitte. flpjeyees
in ales    Bad C may be retired on a servie pen.sion
only at     diseretion of the Committee and with the approvval
of the President or Vice President.
'a) Sorvie Pensions
*Class A    - ployes ubase age is 60 yews or
more (females 55 or morel and whose terra of aployMant
has been 20 yoars or more.
W cOMMUNCiGAnON Io Toss CONSTRUED As A DEPARTMENTAL OPINION UNLESS APPROVID BY rE ATTORNEY GENLRA. ORt IrileT ASISTANT

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