(a) On motion of the obligor or the recipient that may be filed on a form which shall
be prepared by the court, the court shall terminate the withholding if:
(1) the support obligation is terminated and the total arrearages are paid;
(2) all of the parties join in a motion for termination of the withholding; or
(3) within 60 days of the withholding order being served, the court finds:
(i) no history of child support arrearages; and
(ii) the arrearage which gave rise to the withholding order was the result of a bona
fide medical emergency involving hospitalization of the obligor or the death of the
obligor's parents, spouse, children, or stepchildren.
(b) The Administration shall notify the employer to terminate the withholding without
the necessity of a further order when:
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