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House Bill 1145

ARCHIVE (2000)

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DIGEST OF HB1145 (Updated January 19, 2000 4:31 PM - DI 58)

Unemployment compensation assessment appeals. Allows an employing unit to file a motion for a hearing before the unemployment compensation liability administrative law judge on the issue of default as to assessment. Requires the employing unit to show grounds for relief for default and a defense to the assessment before relief from the assessment may be made. Allows unemployment insurance records to be disclosed if the individual and the employing unit authorize the disclosure. Provides that the directors and officers of an employer have personal liability for unemployment taxes owed by the employer. Provides that in a corporate dissolution, without clearance from department of workforce development, the officers and directors of a corporation are personally liable for amounts owed by the corporation to the department of workforce development if the corporation has insufficient assets to pay the amounts owed to the department. Requires a corporation seeking reinstatement after an administration dissolution to submit certification to the secretary of state stating that all employer contributions owed by the corporation under the worker's compensation statute are paid. Provides that the health professions bureau and professional licensing agency may allow the department of workforce development to have access to the name of each person who has a license or has applied for a license. Prohibits the health professions bureau and professional licensing agency from issuing a license to a person who has unpaid liability with the department of workforce development.
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 In Committee - 2nd House
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