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  1. #1
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    Default Previous Employer Contesting Eligibilty for Benefits

    My question involves unemployment benefits for the state of: newyork. i just got a letter saying one of my previous employers ( THE ONE BEFORE THE LAST ONE) is contesting my unemployment benifits that i have been receiving for the last month. I quit that job and went to another job that was a temp/season job for 3 months and then got laid-off and then applied for unemployment. Do you they have a right to contest my eligibility?

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    Default Re: Previous Employer Contesting Eligibilty for Benefits

    Of course they do. I doubt they really care whether you get benefits or not; they care whether their account is charged for it when you QUIT their job.

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    Default Re: Previous Employer Contesting Eligibilty for Benefits

    I was once laid off under a similar circumstance and did not file. I was advised, when I resigned, they would love to have me come back anytime. You may be in a similar situation.

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