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PUBLIC LAW 99-000—MMMM. DD, 1986

100 STAT. 2756

PUBLIC LAW 99-514—OCT. 22, 1986

SEC. 1557. EFFECT ON RETIRED PAY BY ELECTION TO PRACTICE LAW. ETC., AFTER RETIREMENT. (a)

CHANGE

I N A G E A N D SERVICE REQUIREMENTS FOR RETIRE-

M E N T. — Paragraph (2) of section 7447(b) (relating to retirement) is amended to read as follows: "(2) Any judge who m e e t s the age and service requirements set forth in the following table may retire: And the years of service as a judge are at least: 15 14 13 12 11 10."

"The judge has attained age: 65 66 67 68 69 70 (b)

E F F E C TO N RETIRED P A Y O F PRACTICING L A W, E T C., A F T E R

RETIREMENT.—Subsection (f) of section 7447 (relating to individuals receiving retired pay to be available for recall) is amended to read as follows: "(f) RETIRED P A Y AFFECTED I N CERTAIN C A S E S. — I n the case of

an

individual for whom a n election to receive retired p a y under subsection (d) is in effect— "(1) 1-YEAR FORFEITURE FOR FAILURE TO PERFORM JUDICIAL DUTIES.—If such individual during any c a l e n d a r year fails to perform judicial duties required of h i m by subsection (c), such individual shall forfeit all r i g h t s to retired pay under subsection (d) for the 1-year period which begins on the 1st day on which h e so fails to perform such duties. "(2) P E R M A N E N T FORFEITURE O F RETIRED PAY WHERE CERTAIN

NON-GOVERNMENT SERVICES PERFORMED.—If such individual performs (or supervises or directs the performance of) legal or accounting services in the field of Federal tax a t i o n for his client, his employer, or any of his employer's clients, such individual shall forfeit all rights to retired pay under subsection (d) for all periods beginning on or after the 1st day on which h e engages in any such activity. The preceding sentence shall not apply to any civil office or employment under the Government of the United States. "(3)

SUSPENSION

OF RETIRED PAY DURING

PERIOD OF COM-

PENSATED GOVERNMENT SERVICE.—If such individual accepts compensation for civil office or employment under the Government of the United States (other than the performance of judicial duties pursuant to subsection (c)), such individual shall forfeit all rights to retired pay under subsection (d) for the period for which such compensation is received. "(4) FORFEITURES O F RETIRED PAY UNDER PARAGRAPHS (i) AND (2) NOT TO A P P L Y WHERE INDIVIDUAL ELECTS TO FREEZE AMOUNT OF RETIRED PAY.—

"(A) IN GENERAL.—If any individual m a k e s a n election under this paragraph — "(i) paragraph s (1) and (2) (and subsection (c)) shall not apply to such individual beginning on the date such election t a k e s effect, and "(ii) the retired pay under subsection (d) payable to such individual for periods beginning on or after the date such election t a k e s effect shall be equal to the