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43-1724. Employer orother payor; failure to withhold and remit income; effect.Any employer or other payor who fails to withhold and remit anyincome of an obligor receiving income from the employer or other payor, afterproper notice as provided in section 43-1723, shall be required to pay the stated amount to the State Disbursement Unit.The county attorney or authorized attorney may file an action in districtcourt to enforce this section. The court may sanction an employer or otherpayor twenty-five dollars per day, up to five hundred dollars per incident,for failure to comply with proper notice. SourceLaws 1985, Second Spec. Sess., LB 7, § 44; Laws 1991, LB 457, § 33; Laws 1993, LB 523, § 18; Laws 2005, LB 116, § 20; Laws 2010, LB712, § 36.Operative Date: July 15, 2010

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1724

43-1724. Employer orother payor; failure to withhold and remit income; effect.Any employer or other payor who fails to withhold and remit anyincome of an obligor receiving income from the employer or other payor, afterproper notice as provided in section 43-1723, shall be required to pay the stated amount to the State Disbursement Unit.The county attorney or authorized attorney may file an action in districtcourt to enforce this section. The court may sanction an employer or otherpayor twenty-five dollars per day, up to five hundred dollars per incident,for failure to comply with proper notice. SourceLaws 1985, Second Spec. Sess., LB 7, § 44; Laws 1991, LB 457, § 33; Laws 1993, LB 523, § 18; Laws 2005, LB 116, § 20; Laws 2010, LB712, § 36.Operative Date: July 15, 2010

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1724

43-1724. Employer orother payor; failure to withhold and remit income; effect.Any employer or other payor who fails to withhold and remit anyincome of an obligor receiving income from the employer or other payor, afterproper notice as provided in section 43-1723, shall be required to pay the stated amount to the State Disbursement Unit.The county attorney or authorized attorney may file an action in districtcourt to enforce this section. The court may sanction an employer or otherpayor twenty-five dollars per day, up to five hundred dollars per incident,for failure to comply with proper notice. SourceLaws 1985, Second Spec. Sess., LB 7, § 44; Laws 1991, LB 457, § 33; Laws 1993, LB 523, § 18; Laws 2005, LB 116, § 20; Laws 2010, LB712, § 36.Operative Date: July 15, 2010

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