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09.32.01.18.htm 09.32.01.18. 18 Presumption of Employee.. A. Employee. A person performing services is presumed to be an employee, regardless of whether a common law master and servant relationship exists, unless specifically exempted under the Unemployment Insurance Law or these regulations.B. Independent Contractor.. 1) To overcome the employee presumption, an employing unit shall establish that the person performing services is an independent contractor.2) The Secretary shall determine that an employing
09.32.01.18-1.htm 09.32.01.18-1. 18-1 Repealed..
09.32.01.18-2.htm 09.32.01.18-2. 18-2 Covered Employment―Certain Business Entities.. A. Sole Proprietorships.. 1) Except as otherwise provided, a person performing services for wages for a sole proprietorship is engaged in covered employment.2) The following persons employed by a sole proprietor are not engaged in covered employment:. a) The sole proprietor;. b) A spouse of the sole proprietor;. c) Children of the sole proprietor under the age of 21; and. d) Parents of the sole proprietor.. B. Partnerships..
09.32.01.18-3.htm 09.32.01.18-3. 18-3 Home Health Care Illustrations.. A. The illustrations in this regulation provide guidance for the home health care industry in the application of Labor and Employment Article, §8-205, Annotated Code of Maryland and do not apply to any other State or federal labor law.B. Illustration 1.. 1) Extra Loving Care (ELC” is a Nursing Referral Service Agency (NRSA” licensed by the Maryland Department of Health (MDH” pursuant to COMAR 10.07.07. It has a registry of cer
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