§48-15-207. Failure to act in response to notice; entry of order.
If the person fails to take one of the actions described in
section 15-206 within thirty days of the date of the notice and
there is proof that service on the person was effective, the bureau
for child support enforcement shall file a certification with the
court setting forth the person's noncompliance with the support
order or failure to comply with a subpoena or warrant and the
person's failure to respond to the written notice of the potential
action against his or her license. If the court is satisfied that
service of the notice on the person was effective as set forth in
this section, it shall, without need for further due process or
hearing, enter an order suspending or restricting any licenses held
by the person. Upon the entry of the order, the bureau for child
support enforcement shall forward a copy to the person and to any
appropriate agencies responsible for the issuance of a license.