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    • 8-907. Miscellaneous considerations




   (a) Illness or disability. -- An individual may not be denied benefits for any week of unemployment for failure to meet the requirements of 8-903(a)(1) of this subtitle to be able to work, available for work, and actively seeking work if the failure results from illness or disability that occurs after the individual has registered for work, provided that no work that would have been considered suitable at the time of the initial registration is offered to the individual after the beginning of the illness or disability.

(b) Jury duty. -- An individual may not be denied benefits for any week of unemployment for failure to meet the requirements of 8-903(a)(1) of this subtitle to be able to work, be available to work, and actively seeking work if the failure results from a summons to appear for jury duty.

(c) Temporary furlough; age limitation. -- An individual may not be denied benefits for any week of unemployment for failure to meet the requirement of 8-903(a)(1)(iii) of this subtitle to seek work actively if the individual:

   (1) is at least 60 years old; and

   (2) has been furloughed temporarily and is subject to recall.





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