A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO PROVIDE SPECIFIC TIME FRAMES FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF LICENSES THAT HAVE BEEN REVOKED FOR FAILURE TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT.
Amends GS 50-13.12 (Forfeiture of licensing privileges for failure to pay child support or for failure to comply with subpoena issued pursuant to child support or paternity establishment proceedings), GS 93B-13(Revocation when licensing privilege forfeited for nonpayment of child support or for failure to comply with subpoena), GS 110-142.1 (IV‑D notified suspension, revocation, and issuance of occupational, professional, or business licenses of obligors who are delinquent in court‑ordered child support or who are not in compliance with subpoenas issued pursuant to child support or paternity establishment proceedings), and GS 110-142.2 (Suspension, revocation, restriction of license to operate a motor vehicle or hunting, fishing, or trapping licenses; refusal of registration of motor vehicle) providing that, in regards to occupational, professional, business, driver's, hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses or motor vehicle registrations that have been revoked, suspended, or withheld because of delinquency in court-ordered child support or failure to comply with a subpoena issued for child support or paternity establishment proceedings, the court, granting authority, licensing board, department, or the Department of Motor Vehicles will, within three days of certifying or finding that the individual is no longer delinquent or non-compliant, reinstate the previously revoked license or registration or issue a certification to the granting authority or licensing board to reinstate the previously revoked license. The granting authority or licensing board will, within three days of receiving a certification that the individual is in compliance or no longer delinquent, reinstate the license or registration.
Effective October 1, 2013, and applies to reinstatements of licenses on or after that date.
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