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AGO Opinions with Topic: IS AN INDIVIDUAL WHO BECOMES A "WORKMAN" AS DEFINED BY THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT AND WHO WORKS UNDER A CONTRACT EXPRESS OR IMPLIED ENTITLED TO THE BENEFITS OF THE ACT
AGO 1951 No. 199 >  December 27, 1951
IS AN INDIVIDUAL WHO BECOMES A "WORKMAN" AS DEFINED BY THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT AND WHO WORKS UNDER A CONTRACT EXPRESS OR IMPLIED ENTITLED TO THE BENEFITS OF THE ACT
IS AN INDIVIDUAL WHO BECOMES A 'WORKMAN' AS DEFINED BY THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT AND WHO WORKS UNDER A CONTRACT EXPRESS OR IMPLIED ENTITLED TO THE BENEFITS OF THE ACT
Any workman who is engaged in the employment of any employer, as that term is defined under the Workmen's Compensation Act or who is working under an independent contract, the essence of which is his personal labor for the employer, is within the provisions of the Act and for all such purposes would be designated an employee of such employer.
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