WORKER'S DISABILITY COMPENSATION ACT OF 1969 (EXCERPT)
Act 317 of 1969
418.655 Relief from liability.
Any employer against whom liability may exist for compensation under this act, with the approval of the director, may be relieved therefrom by:
(a) Depositing the present value of the total unpaid compensation for which such liability exists, assuming interest at 3% per annum, with a trust company of this state designated by the employee, or by his dependents, in case of his death and such liability exists in their favor, or in default of such designation, after 10 days notice in writing from the employer, with a trust company of this state designated by the director.
(b) Purchasing an annuity, within the limitations provided by law, in any insurance company granting annuities and licensed in this state, which may be designated by the employee, his dependents or the director, as provided in subdivision (a).
History: 1969, Act 317, Eff. Dec. 31, 1969
Popular Name: Act 317
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