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Article - Family Law




§10–110.    IN EFFECT

    (a)    The Administration may:

        (1)    charge an initial application fee of not more than $25 for support services;

        (2)    deduct from the child support payment to defray the cost of providing support enforcement services under:

            (i)    the Income Tax Refund Intercept Program under this subtitle; and

            (ii)    the Federal Treasury Offset Program;

        (3)    collect fees from the obligor to defray the costs of providing support enforcement services; and

        (4)    deduct from child support payments an annual collection fee of $25 for cases in which the family never received temporary cash assistance and has received at least $3,500 in child support payments during the federal fiscal year.

    (b)    Except as provided in subsection (a) of this section, the Administration may not:

        (1)    collect fees from the child support obligee; or

        (2)    deduct fees from the child support payment.

§10–110.    ** CONTINGENCY – NOT IN EFFECT – CHAPTER 162 OF 2008 **

    (a)    The Administration may:

        (1)    charge an initial application fee of not more than $25 for support services;

        (2)    deduct from the child support payment to defray the cost of providing support enforcement services under:

            (i)    the Income Tax Refund Intercept Program under this subtitle; and

            (ii)    the Federal Treasury Offset Program; and

        (3)    collect fees from the obligor to defray the costs of providing support enforcement services.

    (b)    Except as provided in subsection (a) of this section, the Administration may not:

        (1)    collect fees from the child support obligee; or

        (2)    deduct fees from the child support payment.