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  454.612.  Written proof of obligor's compliance with order — forwarding to union or employer. — 1.  In cases other than IV-D cases, the obligor shall provide to the obligee within thirty days of receipt of effective notice of a court order for health benefit plan coverage pursuant to sections 454.600 to 454.645 written proof of the obligor's compliance with that order.  Compliance means either that the health benefit plan coverage has been obtained or that a correct and complete application for such coverage has been made.

  2.  The obligee shall forward a copy of the court order for health benefit plan coverage issued pursuant to sections 454.600 to 454.645 to the obligor's employer or union when ordered to do so by the court or when:

  (1)  The obligor fails to provide written proof of compliance with the court order to the obligee within thirty days of the obligor's receipt of effective written notice of the court order;

  (2)  The obligee serves by mail at the obligor's known post office address written notice on the obligor of the obligee's intent to enforce the order;

  (3)  The obligor fails to provide, within fifteen days after the date the obligee mailed the notice provided for in this section, written proof to the obligee that the obligor has obtained the health benefit plan coverage ordered by the court or has applied for such coverage; and

  (4)  The obligee files an affidavit with the circuit clerk alleging that the obligor failed to provide written proof of compliance after mailing the notice required by this section to the obligor.

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(L. 1993 S.B. 253 § 7)

Effective 5-26-93


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