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     25-7A-56.2.   Recordation of social security number of child support obligors. To facilitate the collection of child support and to facilitate locating child support obligors, the following information shall be recorded in the following manners:
             (1)      The social security number of any applicant for a professional license, drivers license, occupational license, recreational license, sporting license, or marriage license shall be recorded on the application. If an agency allows the use of a number, other than the social security number as the license number, the agency shall advise the applicant;
             (2)      The social security number of any person who is subject to a divorce decree, support order, paternity adjudication, or paternity acknowledgment shall be recorded on the document relating to the matter;
             (3)      The social security number of any person who has died shall be placed in the death records and recorded on the death certificate;
             (4)      The social security number, drivers license number, or identification number of the owners shall be recorded in the records maintained by the Division of Motor Vehicles upon the issuance of the title or renewal of a registration.

Source: SL 1997, ch 155, § 21; SL 1998, ch 157, § 7.


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