(1) An individual shall be eligible to receive extended benefits with respect to any
week of unemployment in his eligibility period only if the division finds that with
respect to such week:
(a) He is an exhaustee;
(b) He has satisfied the requirements of articles 70 to 82 of this title for the receipt
of regular benefits that are applicable to individuals claiming extended benefits,
including not being subject to a disqualification for the receipt of benefits; and
(c) He files his interstate claim from a state in which there is an extended benefits
state “on” indicator. If he files his interstate claim from a state in which there is an extended benefits
state “off” indicator, he shall be paid for not more than the first two weeks in which
extended benefits are payable in an interstate claim.
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