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PUBLIC Law, Chapter 212

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An Act To Affirm the Obligation To Support One's Children

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Maine as follows:

Sec. 1. 19-A MRSA §2110  is enacted to read:

§ 2110 Exempt property of child support obligor

1 Exempt property.   The property of a child support obligor that is exempt pursuant to section 2203, subsection 15 from an order to seize and sell is also exempt from any other enforcement and collection action regarding a support order, except to the extent that it has been fraudulently conveyed by the obligor.
2 Application of law.   Title 14, chapter 507, subchapter 2, article 7 exemptions to collection do not apply to enforcement and collection of a support order.

Sec. 2. 19-A MRSA §2203, sub-§15,¶¶A and B,  as enacted by PL 1995, c. 694, Pt. B, §2 and affected by Pt. E, §2, are amended to read:

A. The obligor's aggregate interest, not to exceed $12,500 $47,500 in value, in real or personal property that the obligor uses as a residence;
B. The obligor's interest, not to exceed $2,500 $5,000 in value, in one motor vehicle;

Effective 90 days following adjournment of the 127th Legislature, First Regular Session, unless otherwise indicated.

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