(a) The State shall have in effect and use procedures which require that noncustodial
parents post security, bond or give some other guarantee to secure payment of overdue
(b) The State must provide advance notice to the noncustodial parent regarding the delinquency
of the support payment and the requirement of posting security, bond or guarantee,
and inform the noncustodial parent of his or her rights and the methods available
for contesting the impending action, in full compliance with the State's procedural
due process requirements.
(c) The State must develop guidelines which are generally available to the public to
determine whether the case is inappropriate for application of this procedure.
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 0960–0385)
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