Nevada State Judicial Department
Sec. § 1A.220
System managed by Public Employees’ Retirement Board; general powers and duties of Board.


1.

The Board, subject to the limitations of this chapter, is responsible for managing the System.

2.

The Board shall:

(a)

Arrange for a biennial actuarial valuation and report of the actuarial soundness of the System to be prepared by an independent actuary based upon data compiled and supplied by employees of the System, and shall adopt actuarial tables and formulas prepared and recommended by the actuary;

(b)

Provide for a biennial audit of the System, including, without limitation, the Judicial Retirement Administrative Fund, by an independent certified public accountant; and

(c)

Provide an annual report concerning the System established pursuant to this chapter to the Court Administrator, each board of county commissioners that allows justices of the peace to participate in the Judicial Retirement Plan pursuant to NRS 1A.285, each city council that allows municipal judges to participate in the Judicial Retirement Plan pursuant to NRS 1A.285, the Governor and each member of the Legislature, and make the report available to all members of the System upon request. The report must contain, when available, a review of the actuarial valuation required by paragraph (a).

3.

The Board may:

(a)

Adjust the service or correct the records, allowance or benefits of any member of the System, retired justice or judge or beneficiary after an error or inequity has been determined, and require repayment of any money determined to have been paid by the System in error, if the money was paid within 6 years before demand for its repayment.

(b)

Examine and copy personnel and financial records of:

(1)

A justice of the Supreme Court, judge of the Court of Appeals or district judge that are maintained by the Court Administrator;

(2)

A justice of the peace who participates in the Judicial Retirement Plan pursuant to NRS 1A.285 that are maintained by a county; and

(3)

A municipal judge who participates in the Judicial Retirement Plan pursuant to NRS 1A.285 that are maintained by a city.

(c)

Require an annual notarized statement from a retired justice or judge or beneficiary that he or she is in fact receiving an allowance or benefits, and withhold the allowance or benefits if he or she fails to provide the statement.

4.

As used in this section, error or inequity means the existence of extenuating circumstances, including, without limitation, a members reasonable and detrimental reliance on representations made by the System which prove to be erroneous, or the mental incapacity of the member.
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