Eligibility for Benefits
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In order to establish a claim for benefits, a claimant must establish two things; first, that he or she has suffered an "interruption of earnings" and second, that he or she has the minimum amount of insurable employment required by the legislation.
- (a) General
- (b) Interruption of Earnings
- (c) Minimum Eligibility Requirements
- (d) Insurable Employment
Principles of Law
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