Upon identification of a person subject to suspension under ORS 25.750 to 25.783, the administrator may issue a notice, sent by regular mail to both the address of record as shown in the records of the issuing entity and the address of record as shown on the administratorís child support file. Such notice shall contain the following information:
(1) That certain licenses, certificates, permits and registrations, which shall be specified in the notice, are subject to suspension as provided for by ORS 25.750 to 25.783.
(2) The name, Social Security number, if available, date of birth, if known, and child support case number or numbers of the person subject to the action.
(3) The amount of arrears and the amount of the monthly child support obligation, if any, or, if suspension is based on ORS 25.750 (1)(b), a description of the subpoena or other procedural order with which the person subject to the action has failed to comply.
(4) The procedures available for contesting the suspension of a license, certificate, permit or registration.
(5) That the only bases for contesting the suspension are:
(a) That the arrears are not greater than three months of support or $2,500;
(b) That there is a mistake in the identity of the obligor;
(c) That the person subject to the suspension has complied with the subpoena or other procedural order identified in subsection (3) of this section; or
(d) That the person subject to the suspension is in compliance with a previous agreement as provided for by ORS 25.750 to 25.783.
(6) That the obligor may enter into an agreement, prescribed by rule by the Department of Justice, compliance with which shall preclude the suspension under ORS 25.750 to 25.783.
(7) That the obligor has 30 days from the date of the notice to contact the administrator in order to:
(a) Contest the action in writing on a form prescribed by the administrator;
(b) Comply with the subpoena or procedural order identified in subsection (3) of this section; or
(c) Enter into an agreement authorized by ORS 25.750 and 25.762. The notice shall state that any agreement must be in writing and must be entered into within 30 days of making contact with the administrator.
(8) That failure to contact the administrator within 30 days of the date of the notice shall result in notification to the issuing entity to suspend the license, certificate, permit or registration. [1993 c.365 §5; 1995 c.620 §3; 1997 c.704 §39; 1999 c.80 §13; 2001 c.323 §2; 2001 c.455 §15; 2003 c.73 §44]Section: Previous 25.725 25.727 25.729 25.750 25.752 25.753 25.756 25.759 25.762 25.765 25.768 25.771 25.774 25.777 25.780 Next
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