Disqualification for misrepresentation
An individual is disqualified for benefits for a period not to exceed 52 weeks whenever the Director of the Employment Department finds that the individual has willfully made a false statement or misrepresentation, or willfully failed to report a material fact, to obtain any benefits under this chapter. The length of the period of disqualification and the time when the period begins shall be determined by the director in the discretion of the director, according to the circumstances in each case. During each week of disqualification so imposed, an individual must meet all the eligibility requirements of this chapter. Any disqualification imposed under this section may be applied to any week claimed but remaining unpaid on the date of the disqualifying decision under this section but not to exceed five years from the date of the decision. The director may cancel the disqualification wholly or in part as the director deems proper and equitable. [Amended by 1977 c.295 §5; 2007 c.87 §1]
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