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2005 Florida Statutes

Procedures for processing automated administrative enforcement requests.
Section 409.25641, Florida Statutes 2005

409.25641  Procedures for processing automated administrative enforcement requests.--

(1)  The Title IV-D agency shall use automated administrative enforcement, as defined in the Social Security Act, in response to a request from another state to enforce a support order and shall promptly report the results of enforcement action to the requesting state.

(2)  This request:

(a)  May be transmitted from the other state by electronic or other means;

(b)  Shall contain sufficient identifying information to allow comparison with the databases within the state which are available to the Title IV-D agency; and

(c)  Shall constitute a certification by the requesting state:

1.  Of the amount of arrearage accrued under the order; and

2.  That the requesting state has complied with all procedural due process requirements applicable to the case.

(3)  If assistance is provided by the Title IV-D agency to another state as prescribed above, neither state shall consider the case to be transferred from the caseload of the other state to the caseload of the Title IV-D agency.

(4)  The Title IV-D agency shall maintain a record of:

(a)  The number of requests received;

(b)  The number of cases for which the Title IV-D agency collected support in response to such a request; and

(c)  The amount of such collected support.

(5)  The department shall have authority to adopt rules to implement this section.

History.--s. 49, ch. 97-170; s. 25, ch. 98-397; s. 14, ch. 99-375.