2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 2a - Administration Of Civil And Criminal Justice
Section 2A:17-56.34 - Information About Putative Fathers, Child Support Obligors.

NJ Rev Stat § 2A:17-56.34 (2016) What's This?

2A:17-56.34 Information about putative fathers, child support obligors.

1.The Probation Division, the State IV-D agency and its designees, subject to privacy safeguards, shall be authorized to receive information concerning putative fathers and child support obligors from the following sources through electronic or other appropriate means:

a.To the extent permitted by R.S.54:50-9, records of the Division of Taxation in the Department of the Treasury containing information concerning an obligor's income or assets;

b.Direct, on-line access to the Division of Motor Vehicles' records, including, where possible, interface between automated systems;

c.Any record, paper, document or entity deemed by the Probation Division, the State IV-D agency or its designee to be a potential source of information concerning an obligor's income or assets. In order to obtain information pursuant to this subsection, the Probation Division and the State IV-D agency shall have the authority, as designated by the Commissioner of the Department of Human Services, to compel the production of books, papers, accounts, records and documents by subpoena. The subpoena shall be served by certified and regular mail on the person or entity in possession of the information or record that is sought and such service shall be considered consistent with procedural due process requirements. In all other respects, a subpoena issued under this section shall be subject to the same procedures as a subpoena issued by other agencies of this State. Actions relating to a subpoena issued under this section shall be heard in the court;

d.State lottery prize payments in excess of $600 made by the Department of the Treasury;

e.Record of a judgment or settlement of any civil action where a party is entitled to receive a monetary award made by the court or an inheritance; and

f.Record of an out-of-court settlement.

L.1995,c.322,s.1; amended 1998, c.1, s.26.


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