N.J. Admin. Code § 12:17-3.3 - Finality of benefit determinations

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) After receiving wage and separation information, the Division shall make a determination regarding the claimant's eligibility for benefits which will be mailed to the claimant and employer. The benefit determination shall become final 10 days after the date of mailing or seven days after date of delivery unless an appeal is filed timely or late with good cause by the claimant or employer in accordance with 12:20-3.1.
(b) The Division may reconsider a final determination for the following reasons:
1. Fraud, misrepresentation or misconduct of a party;
2. Newly discovered evidence not ascertainable at the time of the initial benefit determination by the exercise of reasonable diligence and the making of proper inquiry which would probably alter the determination;
3. Obvious material mistake or error which requires correction;
4. To vacate a determination which is entered without legal right and is void; or
5. The correction of inadvertent, premature, or clearly erroneous action.


N.J. Admin. Code § 12:17-3.3
Amended by R.2003 d.276, effective 7/7/2003.
See: 35 New Jersey Register 1527(a), 35 New Jersey Register 2874(b).
In (a), rewrote the second sentence.

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