Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 44
LABOR
CHAPTER 24
IDAHO PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYER
44-2406.  Other law. Nothing in this chapter exempts a client of a professional employer company nor a worker assigned to a client by a professional employer from any other state, local or federal license or registration requirement. Any individual who must be licensed, registered or certified according to law and who is an assigned worker is deemed an employee of the client for purposes of the license, registration or certification. Except to the extent provided otherwise in the contract with a client, a professional employer is not liable for the general debts, obligations, loss of profits, business goodwill or other consequential special or incidental damages of a client with which it has entered into a professional employer arrangement.

History:
[44-2406, added 1994, ch. 129, sec. 1, p. 290.]


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