Article 1

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June 9, 1914 Law No. 20 on pensions for employees and wage earners. Art. 1. - The employees and wage earners who leave permanently from the service will be entitled to the board, or allowances established by this law. Provisions relating to the retirement of employees. Art. 2. - The employees will be eligible to retire after 35 years of service made uninterrupted, regardless of age: or completed after 25 years of uninterrupted service even when they turned 65 years of age. Art. 3. - The employees who have completed 35 years of service will be entitled to opt for a life pension equal to the starting salary fixed by the tables annexed to the Organic Law models May 12, 1910, (1) or, giving up the life pension for a corresponding capital established in the contract with the National Institute of the Kingdom of Italy Insurance. Those who reached 65 years of age, have completed 25 years of service will be entitled to a pension equal to many trentacinquesimi the starting salary for how many years of service, that is, giving up the retirement annuities, corresponding to capital stipulated in the contract same. Art. 4. - The employee who contracted the illness is made inab to lend further service, and it is then excused for health reasons (art. 13 of the Organic Law), is entitled, when he has served for a period of time less than 25 years, and greater than 3, to be retired with an allowance equal to the sum of the premiums paid by the State Institute insurer, minus the first year. The same right to him that having held office for a time shorter than 25 years and greater than 3 years is licensed as a punishment, or ceases to be part of the Republic staff reduction, or elimination of bodies or offices (art. 27 and art. 16 of the Organic Law). Art. 5. - If the illness or the measures provided for in Article previous arise after 25 years of service, but before the employee has turned 65 years of age, he is entitled to a pension equal to that of many trentacinquesimi normal for how many years of service. Art. 6. - In case of death arose before the limit is to be entitled to a pension, the surviving spouse, ascendants, and acted as the legitimate children, minors under 21 will be admitted to the succession of a stake equal to the sum of agati awards from the Institute State Insurer, divided among the persons entitled under the rules following s: a) if it is only the surviving spouse, these int ra receives the sum of the premiums; b) if more than surviving legitimate spouse or ascending sons deceased employee, the spouse will receive the third part of the sum of the premiums; c) where concur descendants and ascendants, or these or those, the amount will be donated to them according to the rules of the applicable law. Art. 7. - On starting salaries of employees will effttuata a monthly deduction to the extent (1) of 4% for salaries up to 1000 L. 5 "" "" "" 2000 6 "" "" "" 3000 7 "" "" by L. 3000 forward. Art. 8. - To employee who leaves the service by resignation accepted by the Great and General Council, is granted the right of reduction or redemption of the policy at the Institute Insurer, provided they have completed serving a term greater than three years. Art. 9. - The provisions of this Act shall not apply in favor of the primary surgeon, nor the doctors conducted which will be inscribed at the Pensions Fund of the Kingdom of Italy established by Law 1898, No. 335. Provisions relating to placement in rest of the employees. Art. 10. - The wage will be entitled to a pension after 35 years of service completed uninterrupted as long as they have also turned 60 years of age, when man, 55 if the woman ppure made after 25 years of service, when he also made 65 years . Art. 11. - The employee will be inscribed at the National Social Security Fund for the disability and old-age workers in the role of mutuality and will be entitled to a pension equal to the starting salary set in the tables annexed to the Organic Law models May 12, 1910, after no less than 35 years of service, a pension equal to so many 35mi than normal for how many years of service, when they have served for less than the 35 years, but better than the years 25. Art. 12. - The wage that due to illness or injury will be declared unfit to lend further service, shall be entitled, however, when they spent at least five years from the day they took over the job, the life pension for disability resulting from the liquidation of the individual account opened in his
favor at the National Bank, according to the rules of this Institute. Art. 13. - The wage of termination from service as punishment, or to the suppression that took place, before it gained its right to obtain a pension, but after at least 5 years of service, will receive a bonus equal to the sum of premiums paid by the State to the National Bank, decreased the first year. Art. 14. - If the death occurs before or after the wage earner has earned his right to a pension, the successors of him, appointed art. 6 of this Act, will receive a bonus L. 1000 divisible among them them in accordance with the rules laid down in that article. Art. 15. - For dates resignation and accepted by the Great and General Council wage will enjoy the benefits accruing to it under dall'avvenuta inscription at the National Fund with the closure of its individual account at the time fixed by the regulations of this Institute. Art. 16. - On the starting salary of employees a monthly deduction of 4% will be made (1). common provisions and Salaried Employees. Art. 17. - E 'given the opportunity to the Great and General Council to exempt the employee or wage from functions that are specified in article. 2 and art. 10. Art. 18. - The service to the attainment of the pension is computed from the day on which the employee or wage has assumed the office to which he was appointed. Art. 19. - In the salary that is taken as the basis to determine the extent of the pension allowances are not counted or higher allowances paid for overtime work, or granted pel disengagement of other tasks assigned to the employee or wage earner. Art. 20. - In the case of promotion to better paid office, the pension will be equal to the sum of the initial salaries received in the offices covered divided by the years of service completed. Art. 21. - In the years of service for pension entitlement is the period of time spent on leave for reasons other than health, nor the last for the planned suspension art. 26 of the Organic Law. Art. 22. - For the successors in art. 6 employee's wage and dismissed from office pei facts considered by art. 28 of the Organic Law, will be done in a treatment equal to half of what would be paid to the employee and the wage-pel case of end of service. Art. 23. - The pension will be paid in monthly installments posticipae d t the case under warrant issued by the Government Accounting, and will cease with the death of him that he was entitled. Art. 24. - The board and the compensation they are entitled employees may not be sold nor foreclosed, nor seized if not for a third part of the total amount. Art. 25. - The board and the compensation payable to the Underwriters Institutes, will be donated to employees, wages to you and their successors in all cases considered d t the present law: in the absence of beneficiaries will remain acquired to the State. Art. 26. - Pel calculation of the service period in excess of 180 days is calculated as a full year. TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Art. 27. - The employees and employees have obtained their right to retirement in a shorter period of six years with effect from January 1, 1914, will receive at the end of their service life pension equal to a fixed starting salary in the tables annexed to the Organic Law delli 12 May 1910. Art. 28. - in the surviving widow or salaried employee will be given a life annuity equal to the third part of the pension which would have been entitled to m rite in the cases provided in the preceding Article. (1) Modified by the Decree 30 April 1923.

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