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14.9 Recovery Methods

ISSUE DATE: 04/2007

Methods of recovery vary depending on whether the overpaid family or provider is a current participant or is no longer participating in the Child Care Assistance Program.

The recovery method for collecting overpayments from participant families and current CCAP providers is recoupment. See Chapter 14.9.6 (Recoupment - Families), Chapter 14.9.9 (Recoupment - Providers)

Common methods for recovering overpayments from non-participant families and former CCAP providers:

Voluntary repayment, repayment agreements, and Confessions of Judgment. See Chapter 14.9.3 (Voluntary Repayment Agreement).

Civil recovery. See Chapter 14.9.12 (Civil Recovery - Families), Chapter 14.9.15 (Civil Recovery - Providers).

Criminal restitution. See Chapter 14.12 (Fraudulently Obtaining Child Care Assistance).


Minnesota Statutes 119B.011, Subd. 21
Minnesota Statutes 119B.11, Subd. 2a
Minnesota Rules 3400.0140, Subp.19
Minnesota Rules 3400.0187

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