California Unemployment Insurance Code

Sec. § 930.5


If an employer during any calendar year acquires substantially all the property used in a trade or business of another employer, or used in a separate unit of a trade or business of the other employer, and immediately after the acquisition employs in his or her trade or business an individual who immediately prior to the acquisition was employed in the trade or business of the employer from whom the property was acquired, then, for the purpose of determining whether the acquiring employer has paid remuneration with respect to employment in excess of the limitation prescribed by Section 930, or the limitation prescribed by Section 985, to the individual during the calendar year, any remuneration with respect to employment paid to the individual by the employer from whom the property was acquired during the calendar year and prior to the acquisition shall be considered as having been paid by the acquiring employer. As used in this section, “remuneration” does not include the remuneration referred to in Sections 931, 931.5, 933, 934, 935, 936, 937, 938, 938.1, and 938.3.
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