PA205 Douglas Kaye Unit 2 assignment

The term or used in the statute tells me that an

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The term “or” used in the statute tells me that an individual only needs to perform any one of these acts listed in order to be disqualified from receiving benefits.
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PA205 Unit 2 Assignment 4. Are there any exceptions to this statute? If so, which of the three ways of being denied unemployment compensation do the exceptions apply to? Yes, there are exceptions. Yes, the term “however” as used in the statute, points to exceptions that apply to section 1, when there is an acceptable reason to voluntarily leave ones employment. Such as pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, evidence of domestic abuse or relocation connected to the military. 5. Provide the Bluebook citation for this statute. N.M. Stat. Ann.§ 51-1-7 1978
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PA205 Unit 2 Assignment REFERENCES: New Mexico Statutes Annotated, § 51-1-7 § 51-1-7. Disqualification for benefits A. An individual shall be disqualified for and shall not be eligible to receive benefits: (1) if it is determined by the division that the individual left employment voluntarily without good cause in connection with the employment. However, a person shall not be denied benefits under this paragraph: (a) solely on the basis of pregnancy or the termination of pregnancy; (b) because of domestic abuse evidenced by medical documentation, legal documentation or a sworn statement from the claimant; or (c) if the person voluntarily left work to relocate because of a spouse, who is in the military service of the United States or the New Mexico national guard, receiving permanent change of station orders, activation orders or unit deployment orders; (2) if it is determined by the division that the individual has been discharged for misconduct connected with the individual's employment; or (3) if it is determined by the division that the individual has failed without good cause either to apply for available, suitable work when so directed or referred by the division or to accept suitable work when offered.
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