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August 1, 2018

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Client satisfaction is important to the Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP). We try to make sure clients have the chance to tell us about good service and service concerns. Your feedback helps us improve our service and make changes that better meet your needs.


Views: 740
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May 1, 2018

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Collection agencies collect unpaid debts or locate debtors for others. Debt repayment agencies charge a fee to negotiate payment arrangements for people who owe money. The Fair Trading Act and the Collection and Debt Repayment Practices Regulation identify the rules these businesses and the...


Views: 934
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December 1, 2017

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When you use credit to make purchases or pay for services and fail to make payments your creditors may take legal actions to recover the money owed. Common types of credit are bank loans, bank account overdrafts, lines of credit, credit cards, finance agreements, student loans, payday loans, etc....


Views: 6
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July 1, 2017

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It is not possible for MEP to change the amount of support due and payable each month. If either the creditor or debtor wishes to change the amount of support paid, they will need to get a variation to the court order. This information sheet outlines the process for doing this.


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July 1, 2017

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Changes in a child’s circumstances may affect whether support is payable for them under the terms of the existing court order. This Information Sheet provides general information about how MEP reviews child status, including when a child’s status changes before they reach the age of majority.


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July 1, 2017

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The responsibility to pay child support may not end when a child becomes an adult. Maintenance may be payable for a child even after they become an adult, depending on their circumstances and on the wording of the court order for their support. The purpose of this information sheet is to explain...


Views: 12
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July 1, 2017

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It is the creditor's responsibility to get a court order and provide any information that can assist MEP in securing payment. The creditor must respond to any changes in the court order that the debtor applies for and advise MEP of any changes in the creditor's address and phone numbers. The...


Views: 5
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June 1, 2017

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The Maintenance Enforcement Act and Maintenance Enforcement Regulation allow MEP to charge penalties to debtors and creditors. Penalties encourage the timely payment of maintenance and the efficient use of MEP services by all clients. Clients who do not meet their obligations or do not follow...


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June 1, 2017

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MEP’s standard services are currently available at no charge. However, the Maintenance Enforcement Act and Maintenance Enforcement Regulation allow MEP to charge fees for certain services. MEP uses service fees to improve service for all clients and to reinforce the need to comply with court...


Views: 6
Last Modified

June 1, 2017

Description

This information sheet outlines the vision and values of the Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP) and how payments are received and disbursed. It also briefly outlines the expectations MEP has of the debtor and the creditor and what you can expect from MEP.