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1257.  An individual is also disqualified for unemployment
compensation benefits if:
   (a) He or she willfully, for the purpose of obtaining unemployment
compensation benefits, either made a false statement or
representation, including, but not limited to, using a false name,
false social security number, or other false identification, with
actual knowledge of the falsity thereof, or withheld a material fact
in order to obtain any unemployment compensation benefits under this
division.
   (b) He or she, without good cause, refused to accept suitable
employment when offered to him or her, or failed to apply for
suitable employment when notified by a public employment office.

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