Railroad Retirement Board Legal Opinions: Rulings in the Administration of the Railroad Retirement Act and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960 - Railroads
 

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Page 40 - Insured individual for purposes of this title, the Secretary shall apply such law as would be applied In determining the devolution of Intestate personal property by the courts of the State in which such insured individual Is domiciled at the time such applicant files...
Page 16 - ... or he is rendering professional or technical services and is Integrated into the staff of the employer, or he is rendering, on the property used in the employer's operations, other personal services the rendition of which Is Integrated Into the employer's operations...
Page 23 - ... by whom he was employed or its corporate or operating successor, but (a) solely by reason of his physical or mental disability he ceased before August 29, 1935, to be in the service of such...
Page 93 - ... does not represent his father or mother by inheriting any part of the estate of his or her kindred either lineal or collateral, unless before his death his parents shall have intermarried and his father after such marriage acknowledges him as his child or adopts him into his family, in which case such child...
Page 10 - In determining whether an applicant is the wife, husband, widow, widower, child, or parent of a fully insured or currently insured individual for purposes of this title, the Administrator shall apply such law as would be applied in determining the devolution of intestate personal property, by the courts of the State...
Page 95 - The Board shall be entitled to reimbursement from any sum or damages paid or payable to such employee or other person through suit, compromise, settlement, judgment, or otherwise on account of any liability (other than a liability under a health, sickness, accident, or similar insurance policy) based upon such infirmity, to the extent that it will have paid or will pay benefits for days of sickness resulting from such infirmity.
Page 20 - In the service of an employer as defined in section 1 (a) and who Is duly authorized and designated to represent employees in accordance with the Railway Labor Act, as amended, and any individual who Is regularly assigned to or regularly employed by such officer or official representative in connection with the duties of his office.
Page 26 - ... employee representative' means any officer or official representative of a railway labor organization other than a labor organization included in the term 'employer...
Page 83 - Notwithstanding any other law of the United States, or of any State, Territory, or the District of Columbia, no annuity or pension payment shall be assignable or be subject to any tax or to garnishment, or attachment, or other legal process under any circumstances whatsoever, nor shall the payment thereof be anticipated.
Page 18 - If no annuity had previously been awarded to him. (b) An annuity shall be paid only If the applicant shall have relinquished such rights as he may have to return to the service of an employer and of the person by whom he was last employed...

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