29 CFR 531.39 - Payments to third persons pursuant to court order

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8 practice notes
  • Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors
    • United States
    • Federal Register September 30, 2016
    • September 30, 2016
    ...Order 13658). This proposed provision also permitted deductions for payments made to third parties pursuant to court orders. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1) (DBA); 29 CFR 10.23(b) (Executive Order 13658). Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court orde......
  • Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors
    • United States
    • Federal Register June 17, 2014
    • June 17, 2014
    ...to court orders. Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court order may include such deductions as those made for child support. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1) (DBA). It also permits deductions directed by a voluntary assignment of the worker or his or ......
  • Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors
    • United States
    • Federal Register October 07, 2014
    • October 7, 2014
    ...to court orders. Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court order may include such deductions as those made for child support. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 3.5(c) (DBA). The EEAC asked whether the phrase ``court order'' in proposed Sec. 10.23(b) precludes ded......
  • Increasing the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors
    • United States
    • Labor Department,The Secretary Of Labor Office
    • Invalid date
    ...to court orders. Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court order may include such deductions as those made for child support. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 3.5(c) (DBA). Proposed Sec. 23.230(b) echoes the principle established under the FLSA, SCA, and DBA tha......
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1 cases
  • Ricks v. Handi-House Mfg. Co., CIVIL ACTION NO.: 6:17-cv-89
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 11th Circuit. United States District Court (Southern District of Georgia)
    • March 25, 2019
    ...payments an employer is legally obligated to make by court order to a creditor for the benefit or credit of the employee, pursuant to 29 C.F.R. § 531.39; and (3) deductions an employee directs an employer to make for the benefit of the employee to a "creditor, donee, or other third par......
7 provisions
  • Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors
    • United States
    • Federal Register September 30, 2016
    • September 30, 2016
    ...Order 13658). This proposed provision also permitted deductions for payments made to third parties pursuant to court orders. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1) (DBA); 29 CFR 10.23(b) (Executive Order 13658). Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court orde......
  • Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors
    • United States
    • Federal Register June 17, 2014
    • June 17, 2014
    ...to court orders. Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court order may include such deductions as those made for child support. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 5.5(a)(1) (DBA). It also permits deductions directed by a voluntary assignment of the worker or his or ......
  • Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors
    • United States
    • Federal Register October 07, 2014
    • October 7, 2014
    ...to court orders. Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court order may include such deductions as those made for child support. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 3.5(c) (DBA). The EEAC asked whether the phrase ``court order'' in proposed Sec. 10.23(b) precludes ded......
  • Increasing the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors
    • United States
    • Labor Department,The Secretary Of Labor Office
    • Invalid date
    ...to court orders. Permissible deductions made pursuant to a court order may include such deductions as those made for child support. See 29 CFR 531.39 (FLSA); 29 CFR 4.168(a) (SCA); 29 CFR 3.5(c) (DBA). Proposed Sec. 23.230(b) echoes the principle established under the FLSA, SCA, and DBA tha......
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