Unemployment Insurance Act, 1923

Recovery of sums improperly received by way of benefit.

9.—(1) Where any person is liable to repay to the Unemployment Fund any sum received by him by way of benefit and does not show that such sum was received by him in good faith and without knowledge that he was not entitled thereto, such sum may, without prejudice to any other mode of recovery, be recovered by means of deductions from any benefit to which such person is or thereafter becomes entitled under the Unemployment Insurance Acts, 1920 to 1922, as amended by this Act.

(2) Section 11 of the Principal Act shall apply to every question which shall arise as to whether a person is or is not liable to have a deduction made under this section from any such benefit as aforesaid as fully as if such questions were specifically mentioned in that section.