Email: Chapter 5, Article 10D, Section 13
§5-10D-13. Withholding state and county money to satisfy delinquencies.
(a) If any employer participating in a retirement plan administered by the Consolidated Public Retirement Board pursuant to §5-10D-1 et seq. of this code fails to make any payment due to the retirement system for a period of 60 days after the payment is due, the participating employer is delinquent, and the delinquency shall be certified by the Consolidated Public Retirement Board to the State Auditor, the county commission of the county in which the participating employer is located, and the sheriff of the county in which the participating employer is located. If any participating employer becomes delinquent as provided in this section, the State Auditor, county commission, or sheriff is authorized and directed to withhold any money due the participating employer by the state or county until the delinquency, together with regular interest thereon, is satisfied. The money withheld by the State Auditor, county commission, or sheriff shall be paid to the applicable retirement system on behalf of the participating employer.
(b) The Consolidated Public Retirement Board shall provide notice to the participating employer 30 days prior to certifying delinquency under this section.