New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:12b-144 - Retirement

17:12B-144. Retirement
If funds are on hand for the purpose, any State association may, by resolution of its board, retire any account by giving at least 30 days' written notice of its intention so to do, which may be sent by certified mail addressed to the member owning such account at his address appearing on the records of the State association. Such notice shall identify the account; state the retirement date and the retirement value, and include a statement that said account will not participate in any dividend declared after such retirement date and that no interest or other income will accrue thereon. From and after such retirement date, the member owning such account shall cease to be a member and shall have no further rights or liabilities of membership with respect to such account.

In the case of the retirement of an installment share account upon which the required payments are in arrears for 6 successive months, the retirement value shall be the withdrawal value as of the date of the passage of such resolution. In the case of the retirement of any other account, the retirement date shall be some date upon which dividends are credited and the retirement value shall be the participation value, including the dividend credited to such account on the retirement date.

The member owning such an account shall be entitled to receive full payment of such retirement value by demanding the same on such retirement date or at any time thereafter by surrendering to the State association his account book, membership certificate, share certificate or such other evidence of the account as may have been issued. A State association may pay such retirement value without awaiting a demand for payment. No State association shall retire any account when it has applications for withdrawal which are unpaid in whole or in part. No State association shall retire an account of any of its officers or directors where such retirement shall operate to disqualify such officer or director from holding his office in the State association.

If such retirement value is not paid or demanded within 30 days after such retirement date, it shall be transferred to a retirement account and there remain to the credit of the person owning such account subject to his right to demand payment thereof, and to the State association's right to pay the same, in accordance with the provisions of this section.

L.1963, c. 144, s. 144.

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