What is the maximum dollar amount of an undertaking in a child support case in arrears in New York State?
State/Country relating to question: New York
Various sections of FCA, DRL
HiPlease explain what you mean by "undertaking in a child support..."
FCA § 471 states that the court may require either a written undertaking with sufficient surity or may require a cash posting to secure compliance by respondent for support. The question is the maximum amount that the court can order for this undertaking.
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QUESTION: What is the maximum dollar amount of an undertaking in a child support case in arrears in New York State?
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