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Tennessee Code 50-6-104. Election of corporate officer to be exempt from chapter

Tennessee Code > Title 50 > Chapter 6 > Part 1 > § 50-6-104. Election of corporate officer to be exempt from chapter


Current as of: 2010

(a) Any officer of a corporation may elect to be exempt from the operation of this chapter. Any officer who elects exemption and who, after electing exemption then revokes that exemption, shall give notice to that effect in accordance with a form prescribed by the division.

(b) Notice given pursuant to subsection (a) shall be given thirty (30) days prior to any accident resulting in injury or death; provided, that if any injury or death occurs less than thirty (30) days after the date of employment, notice of the exemption or acceptance given at the time of employment shall be sufficient notice of exemption.

(c) The notice of election not to accept this chapter, shall be as follows: the employee shall give written or printed notice to the employer of the employee's election not to be bound by the Workers' Compensation Law and file with the division, a duplicate, with proof of service on the employer attached to the notice, together with an affidavit of the employee that the action of the employee in rejecting the Workers' Compensation Law was not advised, counseled or encouraged by the employer or by anyone acting for the employer.

[Acts 1975, ch. 198, § 2; impl. am. Acts 1980, ch. 534, § 1; T.C.A., § 50-904.]

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