California : Family Code: 4700-4701
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4700. This chapter may be cited as the Child Support Delinquency Reporting Law.
4701. (a) The State Department of Social Services shall administer a statewide automated system for the reporting of court-ordered child support obligations to credit reporting agencies.
(b) The department shall design and develop standards for the system in conjunction with representatives of the California Family Support Council and the credit reporting industry.
(c) The standards for the system shall be consistent with credit reporting industry standards and reporting format and with the department's statewide central automated system for support enforcement.
(d) The standards shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following:
(1) Court-ordered child support obligations and delinquent payments, including amounts owed and by whom. The California district attorneys, on a monthly basis, shall update this information, and then submit it to the department which, in turn, shall consolidate and transmit it to the credit reporting agencies.(e) The department and the district attorneys are responsible for the accuracy of information provided pursuant to this section, and the information shall be based upon the data available at the time the information is provided. Each of these organizations and the credit reporting agencies shall follow reasonable procedures to ensure maximum possible accuracy of the information provided. Neither the department, nor the district attorneys are liable for any consequences of the failure of a parent to contest the accuracy of the information within the time allowed under paragraph (2) of subdivision (d).
(2) Before the initial reporting of a court-ordered child support obligation or a delinquent payment, the district attorney shall attempt to notify the obligor parent of the proposed action and give 30 days to contest in writing the accuracy of the information, or to pay the arrearage, if any, in compliance with the due process requirements of the laws of this state.
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