Current as of: 2009
I. Before making demand that the governor of another state surrender an individual charged criminally in this state with having failed to provide for the support of an obligee, the governor of this state may require a prosecutor of this state to demonstrate that at least 60 days previously, the obligee had initiated proceedings for support pursuant to this chapter or that the proceeding would be of no avail.
II. If, under this chapter or a law substantially similar to this chapter, the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act, or the Revised Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act, the governor of another state makes a demand that the governor of this state surrender an individual charged criminally in that state with having failed to provide for the support of a child or other individual to whom a duty of support is owed, the governor may require a prosecutor to investigate the demand and report whether a proceeding for support has been initiated or would be effective. If it appears that a proceeding would be effective but has not been initiated, the governor may delay honoring the demand for a reasonable time to permit the initiation of a proceeding.
III. If a proceeding for support has been initiated and the individual whose rendition is demanded prevails, the governor may decline to honor the demand. If the petitioner prevails and the individual whose rendition is demanded is subject to a support order, the governor may decline to honor the demand if the individual is complying with the support order.
Questions & Answers: Child Support
New Hampshire Laws: Child Support
U.S. Code Provisions: Child Support
Current as of: 2010
There is hereby established a regional transportation authority in the counties of Davidson, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Robertson, Cheatham, Maury, Dickson and Rutherford. In order for Davidson, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Robertson, Cheatham, Maury, Dickson or Rutherford County or any city, town or metropolitan government located within one (1) of these counties to participate in the regional transportation authority, the local government must pay its yearly local assessment to the authority within the time frame established by the authority. A county or city, town or metropolitan government may opt out of participation by means of a notice to the authority that it is ceasing payment of its yearly assessment, or the failure of any local government to pay its yearly assessment, after notice and within a time frame as established by the authority, shall result in a presumption of the authority that the local government's wishes to opt out of participation in the authority. Such presumption may be overcome by the local governments payment of current and past due assessments within a time frame established by the authority. The regional transportation authority shall be a body corporate and politic, shall be governed and managed as provided for in this chapter, and shall have the powers and duties provided for by this chapter and other applicable provisions of the law.
[Acts 1988, ch. 1026, § 1; 1989, ch. 140, § 1; 2003, ch. 306, § 1.]
U.S. Code Provisions: Transportation Authorities