45 CFR 302.51 - Distribution of support collections

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  • Langan v. Weeks, No. 12846
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • March 7, 1995
    ...respect to the amount of any unpaid support obligation that has accrued under such assignment up to the amount of assistance paid." 45 C.F.R. § 302.51(f); see also 42 U.S.C. States must pass their own enabling legislation to effect this federal scheme. In order to obtain matching federal fu......
  • Hill v. Ibarra, No. 90-1207
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (10th Circuit)
    • January 28, 1992
    ...any amount so collected to the family after deducting any costs incurred in making the collection from the amount of any recovery made. 45 C.F.R. § 302.51 (1981) (emphasis Ms. Hill concedes that she did not authorize the state agency to collect current child support payments during the rele......
  • Nusbaum v. Nusbaum, No. 0480, Sept. Term, 2018
    • United States
    • Court of Special Appeals of Maryland
    • December 20, 2019
    ...these excess amounts shall be treated as amounts which represent payment on the required support obligation for previous months. 45 CFR § 302.51(a)(1) (emphasis supplied).If a state agency collects a support amount that "represents payment on the required support obligation for future month......
  • King v. Bradley, No. 92 C 1564.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 7th Circuit. United States District Court (Northern District of Illinois)
    • August 9, 1993
    ...clients in the following manner. Title IV-D clients who are not receiving AFDC benefits receive the full payment. 42 U.S.C. § 657(c); 45 CFR § 302.51(e). Title IV-D clients receiving AFDC benefits are entitled to a "pass-through" of the first $50 of each timely monthly payment. 42 U.S.C. § ......
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  • Langan v. Weeks, No. 12846
    • United States
    • Appellate Court of Connecticut
    • March 7, 1995
    ...respect to the amount of any unpaid support obligation that has accrued under such assignment up to the amount of assistance paid." 45 C.F.R. § 302.51(f); see also 42 U.S.C. States must pass their own enabling legislation to effect this federal scheme. In order to obtain matching federal fu......
  • Nusbaum v. Nusbaum, No. 0480, Sept. Term, 2018
    • United States
    • Court of Special Appeals of Maryland
    • December 20, 2019
    ...these excess amounts shall be treated as amounts which represent payment on the required support obligation for previous months. 45 CFR § 302.51(a)(1) (emphasis supplied).If a state agency collects a support amount that "represents payment on the required support obligation for future month......
  • King v. Bradley, No. 92 C 1564.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 7th Circuit. United States District Court (Northern District of Illinois)
    • August 9, 1993
    ...clients in the following manner. Title IV-D clients who are not receiving AFDC benefits receive the full payment. 42 U.S.C. § 657(c); 45 CFR § 302.51(e). Title IV-D clients receiving AFDC benefits are entitled to a "pass-through" of the first $50 of each timely monthly payment. 42 U.S.C. § ......
  • Hill v. Ibarra, No. 90-1207
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (10th Circuit)
    • January 28, 1992
    ...any amount so collected to the family after deducting any costs incurred in making the collection from the amount of any recovery made. 45 C.F.R. § 302.51 (1981) (emphasis Ms. Hill concedes that she did not authorize the state agency to collect current child support payments during the rele......
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