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Designation of person to receive warrant after employee's death   

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Any person now or hereafter employed by a county, city, municipal corporation, district, or other public agency may file with his appointing power a designation of a person who, notwithstanding any other provision of law, shall, on the death of the employee, be entitled to receive all warrants or checks that would have been payable to the decedent had he survived. The employee may change the designation from time to time. A person so designated shall claim such warrants or checks from the appointing power. On sufficient proof of identity, the appointing power shall deliver the warrants or checks to the claimant. A person who receives a warrant or check pursuant to this section is entitled to negotiate it as if he were

the payee.

(Added by Stats. 1968, Ch. 650, Sec. 1.)