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Clerk of Superior Court Child Support System (Non-IV-D Cases)
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Effective January 1, 2007, clerks do not have the authority to enforce Non-IV-D child support cases.
Clerk of court staff uses the North Carolina Clerk of Superior Court Child Support System (clerks' system) to record the financial activity of Non-IV-D child support cases. The clerks' system also stores information on the case, payee, payor, additional participants, and the order for support.
Payments are processed via the North Carolina Centralized Collection Operation (CCO). The receipt and disbursement transactions are electronically transmitted nightly from the Department of Health and Human Services' (DHHS) Automated Collection and Tracking System (ACTS) to the clerks' system. These transactions are then posted in the clerks' system to update financial records at the case level.