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Library: Policy

340:2-28-48. Temporary orders

Revised 7-1-03

     If, during the hearing, the administrative law judge (ALJ) finds the issues presented require further disposition, either administratively or through the district court, the ALJ may enter a temporary order for child support, pending resolution of the reserved issues during a subsequent administrative or district court hearing.  The temporary order must be docketed and enforced as a final order until superseded by a final administrative or district court order.

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