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lockout, or other labor dispute.

(b) If the wages, hours, or other conditions of the work offered

are substantially less favorable to the individual than those

prevailing for similar work in the locality.

(c) If, as a condition of being employed, the individual would be

required to join a company union or to resign from or refrain from

joining any bona fide labor organization.

(d) If the offer of employment is from an employer who does not

possess an appropriate state license to engage in his business,

trade, or profession if required by state law.

(e) If the offer of employment is from an employer who does not

carry either workmen's compensation insurance or possess a

certificate of self-insurance as required by Division 4 (commencing

with Section 3201) of the Labor Code.

(f) If the offer of employment is from an employer who does not

withhold or hold in trust the employee contributions required by Part

2 (commencing with Section 2601) of this division for unemployment

compensation disability benefits and does not transmit all such

employee contributions to the department for the Disability Fund as

required by Section 986.

1260. (a) An individual disqualified under Section 1256, under a

determination transmitted to him or her by the department, is

ineligible to receive unemployment compensation benefits for the week

in which the act that causes his or her disqualification occurs and

continuing until he or she has, subsequent to the act that causes

disqualification and his or her registration for work, performed

service in bona fide employment for which remuneration is received

equal to or in excess of five times his or her weekly benefit amount.

(b) An individual disqualified under subdivision (b) of Section

1257, under a determination transmitted to him or her by the

department, is ineligible to receive unemployment compensation

benefits for not less than 2 nor more than 10 consecutive weeks

beginning with:

(1) The week in which the cause of his or her disqualification

occurs, if he or she registers for work in that week.

(2) The week subsequent to the occurrence of the cause of his or

her disqualification in which he or she first registers for work, if

he or she does not register for work in the week in which the cause

of his or her disqualification occurs.

(c) An individual disqualified under subdivision (a) of Section

1257, under a determination transmitted to him or her by the

department, and who was not paid any benefit amount as a result of

his or her false statement or representation, is ineligible to

receive unemployment compensation benefits for two weeks commencing

with the week in which the determination is mailed to or personally

served upon him or her, or any subsequent week, for which he or she

is first otherwise in all respects eligible for unemployment

compensation benefits and for not more than 13 subsequent weeks for

which he or she is otherwise in all respects eligible for

unemployment compensation benefits. No disqualification under this

subdivision shall be applied to any week if all or any portion of the

week is beyond the three-year period next succeeding the date of the

mailing or personal service of the determination. This subdivision

shall not apply to an individual convicted under Section 2101.

(d) An individual disqualified under subdivision (a) of Section

1257, under a determination transmitted to him or her by the

department, and who was paid any benefit amount as a result of his or

her false statement or representation, is ineligible to receive

unemployment compensation benefits for five weeks commencing with the

week in which the determination is mailed to or personally served

upon him or her, or any subsequent week, for which he or she is first

otherwise in all respects eligible for unemployment compensation

benefits and for not more than 10 subsequent weeks for which he or

she is otherwise in all respects eligible for unemployment

compensation benefits. No disqualification under this subdivision

shall be applied to any week if all or any portion of the week is

beyond the three-year period next succeeding the date of the mailing

or personal service of the determination. This subdivision shall not

apply to an individual convicted under Section 2101.

(e) Notwithstanding subdivision (c) or (d), an individual who is

subject

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