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SECTION 523
Effective day
Labor (LAB) CHAPTER 31, ARTICLE 18, TITLE 2
* § 523. Effective day. "Effective day" means a full day of total
unemployment provided such day falls within a week in which a claimant
had four or more days of total unemployment and provided further that
only those days of total unemployment in excess of three days within
such week are deemed "effective days". No effective day is deemed to
occur in a week in which the claimant has days of employment for which
he is paid compensation exceeding the highest benefit rate which is
applicable to any claimant in such week. A claimant who is employed on a
shift continuing through midnight is deemed to have been employed on the
day beginning before midnight with respect to such shift, except where
night shift employees are regularly scheduled to start their work week
at seven post meridiem or thereafter on Sunday night, their regularly
scheduled starting time on Sunday shall be considered as starting on
Monday.

* NB Effective until April 1, 2022 or 30 days after the commissioner
of labor certifies that the department of labor has an information
technology system capable of accomodating these amendments, whichever is
earlier

* § 523. Effective week. "Effective week" means (a) a week during
which a claimant performs no services for which the claimant is paid
compensation, or (b) a week during which a claimant performs services on
a part-time basis for which the claimant is paid compensation that is
less than the claimant's weekly benefit rate plus his or her partial
benefit credit.

* NB Effective April 1, 2022 or 30 days after the commissioner of
labor certifies that the department of labor has an information
technology system capable of accomodating these amendments, whichever is
earlier