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    Re: Retiring at the highest grade held

    Originally posted by SNOC View Post
    I would disagree, as the terminology used specifically states "IF ANY" when refrencing the warrant grade held the day prior to retirement. So under that situation, if no Warrant grade was held on the day prior to retirement, you would move on to the last part. That part would definately be applicable.

    But if they don't read it that way, that's how lawyers get rich. I'll simply have to hire one to get it sorted out.
    You don't need a lawyer. You just submit a grade determination request to the board. Thats the way it works. You can disagree, but there is a statue written similiar to this for all three categories of pay grades.

    You are not "IF ANY"...if any means in present terms. You are a "former". At the end of the day it is really irrelevant,....your pay will not change, and when its over your ID car will say W, it will just take a different course of action to get there...thats all.

    This sentence, "that he held on the day before the date of his retirement", is really what makes it not apply.
    Last edited by ParalegalNCO1; November 1st, 2012, 01:31 PM.

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