Article 5. Overpayments of California Unemployment Insurance Code >> Division 1. >> Part 3. >> Chapter 2. >> Article 5.
The provisions of Article 4 (commencing with Section 1375) of
Chapter 5 of Part 1 of this division are modified in the following
(a) In the absence of fraud, misrepresentation, or willful
nondisclosure, the notice of overpayment of extended duration
benefits shall be mailed or personally served by the Employment
Development Department not later than one year after the close of the
extended duration period in which the overpayment was made.
(b) The Director of Employment Development may offset an
overpayment of extended duration benefits, or federal-state extended
benefits, or unemployment compensation benefits against any of such
three types of benefits or against disability benefits to which the
liable person may become entitled under this division. The Director
of Employment Development may offset the amount of any such
overpayments within any of the periods prescribed by subdivision (b)
of Section 1379, and further within the current extended duration
period or current extended benefit period established under Part 4
(commencing with Section 4001) of this division or any extended
benefit period or any extended duration period which begins during
the three-year period next succeeding the date of the mailing or
personal service of such notice of overpayment.