2017 Mississippi Code
Title 71 - Labor and Industry
Chapter 5 - Unemployment Compensation
Article 7 - Contributions
§ 71-5-373. Defaulting employer

Universal Citation: MS Code § 71-5-373 (2017)

An employer liable for contributions under the provisions of this chapter who fails to make and file his returns and reports as required, or who fails to pay any contributions when due under the provisions of this chapter, shall forfeit his right to do business in this state until he complies with all the provisions of this chapter and until he enters into a bond with sureties, to be approved by the commission, in an amount not to exceed all contributions estimated to become due by said employer under the provisions of this chapter for any three-month period, conditioned to comply with the provisions of this chapter, and to pay all contributions legally due or to become due by him. The commission may proceed by injunction to prevent the continuance of said business, and any temporary injunction enjoining the continuance of such business shall be granted without notice by any judge or chancellor now authorized by law to grant injunctions.

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