(3) Under Section 1180 if the denial of claim for refund or credit is in excess of one thousand dollars
(b) If served by mail, the notice shall be:
(1) Addressed to the employing unit or person at his or her address as it appears
on the records of the department.
(2) Complete at the time of deposit in the United States mail.
(3) Made pursuant to Section 1013 of the Code of Civil Procedure, excepting service of notice of a hearing before or an order or a decision of an
administrative law judge or of the appeals board in transfer of reserve account, reassessment
and refund matters.
(c) May be served electronically or by a computerized service if service by certified
mail is not required and the manner of service is agreed to by the recipient.
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