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Upon receipt of written protest or application for reconsideration from an aggrieved person, of a determination that an employer was prima facie illegally uninsured, the Chief of the Claims Bureau, Uninsured Employers Fund, on the director's behalf, shall informally reconsider the determination. The aggrieved person shall furnish a statement of reasons why the determination was in error, and any evidence in support of the position of the aggrieved person. The Chief of the Claims Bureau may uphold, rescind, or alter the original determination. The decision after reconsideration shall be mailed to the aggrieved person and to other persons to whom the original notice was sent, within five working days after receipt of the protest or application for reconsideration. A request of the reconsideration under this section shall be a prerequisite to filing of a petition with the appeals board pursuant to code Section 3715(d). For purposes of the time within which the petition must be filed with appeals board, the determination shall not be considered to be final until after the decision after reconsideration is mailed.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 54, 55, 59, 3702.10, 3710 and 3715, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 3715, 3717.2, 3720, 3720.1 and 3721, Labor Code.
1. New section filed 6-19-89; operative 7-19-89 (Register 89, No. 27). For history of Group 2.1 (Sections 15600-15670 and Sections 15700-15780, not consecutive), see Register 83, No. 31.
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