ACERA is aware that spammers have been sending counterfeit emails that appear to come from ACERA. The emails contain an attachment or a link and suggest that ACERA has sent the recipient an invoice. If the recipient 1.) clicks on (opens) the attachment or 2.) clicks on the link and opens the file that is downloaded as a result of clicking on the link, a computer virus may infect the recipient’s computer and try to collect online banking login credentials and other online login credentials.
The County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 (CERL), as amended, beginning at California Government Code Section 31450, et seq., is a body of law enacted to govern retirement benefits for certain public employees. The CERL governs retirement systems for county and district employees in those counties adopting its provisions pursuant to Cal. Gov. Code §31500. Twenty California counties operate retirement systems under the provisions of the 1937 Act, which sets forth the policies and regulations governing the actions of these county retirement systems.
List of CERL Statutes Relating to ACERA
This List of CERL Statutes Relating to ACERA is a table containing links to statutes that do or could apply to ACERA and to the authorities, where available, that show that the statutes were properly adopted, where required by the language of the statute itself.