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RULE §55.606 Confidentiality and Security

Published: 2015

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(a) The Title IV-D agency shall consider any information received from an insurer as confidential. Such information shall be used or disclosed by the Child Support Division only for the purpose of collecting past-due child support or for other purposes as enumerated in subsection (c) of Family Code §231.108. (b) In accordance with §453 of the federal Social Security Act, any information provided by the Child Support Division to an insurer, or its designated agent, for the purpose of conducting a data match may not be used by the insurer or its agent for any other purpose and may not be disclosed to any person except to the extent necessary to conduct the data match. The insurer or its agent shall destroy or erase all information provided to the insurer after completion of a data match. This subsection does not apply to data contained in a child support lien or other encumbering instrument received from the Child Support Division after the data match process.

Source Note: The provisions of this §55.606 adopted to be effective June 10, 2003, 28 TexReg 4409; amended to be effective March 16, 2010, 35 TexReg 2153