§45-21-36  Clerical and professional assistance – Appropriations and disbursements. –

Link to law: http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE45/45-21/45-21-36.HTM
Published: 2015

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TITLE 45

Towns and cities

CHAPTER 45-21

Retirement of Municipal Employees

SECTION 45-21-36



   § 45-21-36  Clerical and professional

assistance – Appropriations and disbursements. –

(a) The general treasurer, under the direction and supervision of the

retirement board, is charged with the establishment and maintenance of any

accounts and statistical records that the retirement board may require, and he

or she shall employ any clerical assistance necessary to carry out properly the

provisions of chapters 21 and 21.2 of this title. The retirement board shall

secure the services of an actuary to be the actuarial advisor of the board and

who shall make the actuarial computations and valuations required by chapters

21 and 21.2 of this title. The retirement board shall secure the services of

any physicians that are necessary to make the medical examinations required by

chapters 21 and 21.2 of this title. The state controller is hereby authorized

and directed to draw his or her orders upon the general treasurer for the

payment of a sum or sums that may from time to time be necessary, upon receipt

by him or her of vouchers prepared and duly authenticated by the chief of the

retirement system.



   (b) Any negotiated agreement entered into after June 1, 1992

between any state or municipal agency or department and an employee or

employees, whose conditions are contrary to the general laws or the rules and

regulations and policies as adopted and promulgated by the retirement board,

are null and void unless and until approved by formal action of the retirement

board, for good cause shown.



History of Section.

(P.L. 1951, ch. 2784, § 11; G.L. 1956, § 45-21-36; P.L. 1981, ch. 11,

§ 1; P.L. 1991, ch. 354, § 7; P.L. 1992, ch. 306, art. 3, §

2.)