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Child Support – Recreational license suspension
Recreational license suspension can be used as a tool to enforce a court order for child support. The child support agency can request that a parent's current recreational licenses be suspended for owing child support arrears. Future recreational licenses can also be denied if a parent owes child support arrears.
Recreational licenses are Minnesota hunting and fishing licenses. These licenses includes deer, bear, moose, elk, small game, pheasant, turkey, fish, as well as trout, salmon, and migratory waterfowl stamps.
The child support agency can ask the court to suspend a recreational license if all of the following are true:
The child support agency cannot ask the court to suspend a recreational license if any of the following is true:
Minnesota Statutes can be found on the Minnesota Office of the Revisor Web site.
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