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Section 3121.09 | Withholding support from payments due from the state to certain persons.


An obligee owed support under a support order, or a court or child support enforcement agency on behalf of the obligee, may maintain a proceeding under Chapter 3115., 3119., 3121., 3123., or 3125. of the Revised Code, or under the comparable law of another state or country, against the state to withhold support from payments owed or to be owed to one of the following individuals who is the obligor under the support order:

(A) An officer or employee of the state;

(B) An individual who is under contract with the state or is owed or to be owed money from the state, including an individual who is the sole shareholder of a corporation or the sole member of a limited liability company.

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