Utah Code Title 63G. General Government § 63G-12-211. Prohibited conduct--Administrative penalties--Criminal penalties
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(1) A permit holder may not file for or receive unemployment benefits.
(2) A person may not:
(a) furnish false or forged information or documentation in support of an application;
(b) alter the information on a permit;
(c) if the person is a guest worker, be reported absent from work for 10 consecutive days without the approval of the person who hires the guest worker;
(d) allow an individual to use a permit if the individual is not entitled to use the permit;
(e) display or represent that a permit is issued to an individual, if the permit is not issued to the individual;
(f) display a revoked permit as a valid permit;
(g) knowingly or with reckless disregard acquire, use, display, or transfer an item that purports to be a valid permit, but that is not a valid permit; or
(h) otherwise violate this part.
(3) For a violation described in Subsections (1) and (2), the department may:
(a) suspend, limit, or revoke and repossess a permit;
(b) impose a civil penalty not to exceed $750 for each violation; or
(c) take a combination of actions under this section.
(4) A person is guilty of a class B misdemeanor if the person:
(a) furnishes false or forged information or documentation in support of an application; or
(b) alters the information on a permit.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 63G. General Government § 63G-12-211. Prohibited conduct--Administrative penalties--Criminal penalties - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-63g-general-government/ut-code-sect-63g-12-211/
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