(a) Where an applicant or licensee has been found to be a borrower in default under
the Georgia Higher Education Loan Program as determined by the Georgia Higher Education
Assistance Corporation or has been certified by any entity of the federal government
for nonpayment or default or breach of a repayment or service obligation under any
federal educational loan, loan repayment, or service conditional scholarship program,
such action shall not be grounds for refusal of a license or suspension of a license.
(b) Where an applicant or licensee has been found not in compliance with an order
for child support as provided in Code Section 19-6-28.1 or 19-11-9.3, such action shall be sufficient grounds for refusal of a license or suspension of
a license. In such actions, the hearing and appeal procedures provided for in Code Section 19-6-28.1 or 19-11-9.3 shall be the only such procedures required under this article. The department shall be permitted to share, without liability, information on its
applications or other forms with appropriate state agencies to assist them in recovering
child support when required by law.
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