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  105.683.  Plan deemed delinquent, when, effect of. — Any plan, other than a plan created under sections 169.010 to 169.141 or sections 169.600 to 169.715, whose actuary determines that the plan has a funded ratio below sixty percent and the political subdivision has failed to make one hundred percent of the actuarially required contribution payment for five successive plan years with a descending funded ratio for five successive plan years, shall be deemed delinquent in the contribution payment and such delinquency in the contribution payment shall constitute a first lien on the funds of the political subdivision, and the board as defined under section 105.660 is authorized to compel payment by application for a writ of mandamus; and in addition, such delinquency in the contribution payment shall be certified by the board to the state treasurer and director of the department of revenue.  Until such delinquency in the contribution payment, together with regular interest, is satisfied, the state treasurer and director of the department of revenue shall withhold twenty-five percent of the certified contribution deficiency from the total moneys due the political subdivision from the state.


(L. 2007 S.B. 406, A.L. 2014 H.B. 1882)

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