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California Code, Financial Code - FIN § 802

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Where any laws of this state provide that the moneys of any pension fund, retirement plan, trust fund, or the moneys of any special fund the investment of which is governed by law, or the funds of any political subdivision or public corporation may or shall be invested in securities which are a legal investment for savings banks, that law shall be deemed to authorize or require, as the case may be, that those moneys be invested in securities in which savings banks were authorized to invest their funds by the provisions of the Bank Act as it read prior to January 1, 1949, other than paragraph (f) of subdivision 5 of Section 61 of that act, or in bonds, debentures, and notes legal for investments for savings banks in the State of New York or the State of Massachusetts as of the time the investment is made or in securities in which commercial banks are authorized to invest their funds by the provisions of Sections 803 to 819, inclusive.

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