§48-15-303. License applicant to certify information regarding
child support obligation.
(a) Each licensing authority shall require license applicants
to certify on the license application form, under penalty of false
swearing, that the applicant does not have a child support
obligation, the applicant does have such an obligation but any
arrearage amount does not equal or exceed the amount of child
support payable for six months, or the applicant is not the subject
of a child-support related subpoena or warrant. The application
form shall state that making a false statement may subject the
license holder to disciplinary action including, but not limited
to, immediate revocation or suspension of the license.
(b) A license shall not be granted to any person who applies
for a license if there is an arrearage equal to or exceeding the
amount of child support payable for six months or if it is
determined that the applicant has failed to comply with a warrant
or subpoena in a paternity or child support proceeding.