FINANCIAL INSTITUTION DATA MATCH PROCESS
32-1605. Receipt and acceptance of asset withholding order. (1) When an asset withholding order is received by a financial institution pursuant to this chapter, the financial institution shall immediately freeze the asset subject to the withholding order up to the maximum amount as set forth in section 32-1601(6), Idaho Code. Financial institutions shall accept the asset withholding order at any office of the financial institution located in this state, or at a particular office in this state or another state designated by the financial institution for the service of attachment, execution and garnishment papers pursuant to section 11-703(2), Idaho Code.
If the financial institution has designated a particular office for service of attachment, execution and garnishment papers pursuant to section 11-703(2), Idaho Code, and the asset withholding order is received by another office of the financial institution, it is within the discretion of the financial institution to accept the order and promptly forward the order to the designated office; not accept the order and promptly forward the order to the designated office; or promptly return it to the department. If a financial institution has chosen to accept the order at a nondesignated office, the financial institution’s duties pursuant to section 32-1608(1), Idaho Code, shall be effective upon acceptance at that office, and the time periods for the financial institution’s duties pursuant to subsections (2) and (3) of section 32-1608, Idaho Code, shall begin to run upon receipt of the order at the designated office.
(2) Unless otherwise notified by the department pursuant to this chapter, the financial institution shall release the asset to the obligor on the seventy-sixth day after the financial institution receives the asset withholding order.
(3) The department shall provide the financial institution with copies of the order and notice required by section 32-1607, Idaho Code, to forward to the obligor and any co-owner.
[32-1605, added 2004, ch. 213, sec. 2, p. 643; am. 2017, ch. 303, sec. 11, p. 815.]