(4) Department means the Department of Health and Human Services and if the department
designates, includes a county attorney or authorized attorney;
(5) Financial institution means every federal or state commercial or savings bank,
including savings and loan associations and cooperative banks, federal or state chartered
credit unions, benefit associations, insurance companies, safe deposit companies,
any money-market mutual fund as defined in section 851(a) of the Internal Revenue Code that seeks to maintain a constant net asset value of one dollar in accordance with
17 C.F.R. 270.2a-7, any broker, brokerage firm, trust company, or unit investment trust, or any other
similar entity doing business or authorized to do business in the State of Nebraska;
(6) Match means a comparison by automated or other means by name and social security
number of a list of obligors provided to a financial institution by the department
and a list of depositors of any financial institution;
(8) Obligor means a person who owes a duty of support pursuant to a support order;
(9) Payor includes a person, partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership,
limited liability company, corporation, or other entity doing business or authorized
to do business in the State of Nebraska, including a financial institution, or a department
or an agency of state, county, or city government;
(11) Support in the definitions of child support, medical support, and spousal support
means providing necessary shelter, food, clothing, care, medical support, medical
attention, education expenses, or funeral expenses or any other reasonable and necessary
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