AN ACT TO INCREASE THE MANDATORY RETIREMENT AGE FOR JUDGES AND JUSTICES OF THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE AND FOR MAGISTRATES, AND TO ALLOW JUDGES, JUSTICES, AND MAGISTRATES TO SERVE UNTIL THE END OF THE CALENDAR YEAR IN WHICH THEY ATTAIN THE AGE OF 75.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Changes the short and long titles.
Amends GS 7A-4.20 to provide that justices and judges of the General Court of Justice are required to retire at the age of 75 and cannot continue in office past the last day of December of the year in which they turned 75 (was, cannot continue past the last day of the month in which they turned 75).
Amends GS 7A-170(b) to provide that magistrates cannot continue in office beyond the last day of December of the year in which they reach mandatory retirement age (was, cannot continue past the last day of the month in which they reach retirement age).
Amends GS 135-57(b), making technical deletions and conforming changes.
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