Section 3123.62 | Determining whether defaulting obligor is recreational license holder.
(B) If a court or child support enforcement agency makes a final and enforceable determination pursuant to sections 3123.01 to 3123.07 of the Revised Code that an individual is in default under a child support order, the agency administering the child support order may determine whether the individual holds a recreational license or, if possible, whether the individual has applied for, or is likely to apply for, such a license. If the agency determines that the individual holds, has applied for, or is likely to apply for, such a license, it shall follow procedures that are substantively the same as those set forth in sections 3123.42 to 3123.46 of the Revised Code and the division of wildlife shall follow procedures that are substantively the same as those set forth in sections 3123.47 to 3123.50 of the Revised Code with respect to the license if both of the following apply:
(1) The division of wildlife has implemented a computer system that maintains license numbers for licenses issued by the division, the names of persons to whom licenses are issued, and the social security numbers of persons to whom licenses are issued.
(2) The division has established safeguards that eliminate the risk that social security numbers provided to the division for the purpose of child support enforcement may be used for purposes other than those permitted by federal law.
Available Versions of this Section
- December 13, 2002 – House Bill 657, 124th General Assembly [ View December 13, 2002 Version ]