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(305 ILCS 5/10-17.15)
Certification of information to State gaming licensees.
(a) For purposes of this Section, "State gaming licensee" means, as applicable, an organization licensee or advance deposit wagering licensee licensed under the Illinois Horse Racing Act of 1975, an owners licensee licensed under the Illinois Gambling Act, or a licensee that operates, under any law of this State, one or more facilities or gaming locations at which lawful gambling is authorized and licensed as provided in the Illinois Gambling Act.
(b) The Department may provide, by rule, for certification to any State gaming licensee of past due child support owed by a responsible relative under a support order entered by a court or administrative body of this or any other State on behalf of a resident or non-resident receiving child support services under this Article in accordance with the requirements of Title IV-D, Part D, of the Social Security Act. The State gaming licensee shall have the ability to withhold from winnings required to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service on Form W-2G, up to the full amount of winnings necessary to pay the winner's past due child support. The rule shall provide for notice to and an opportunity to be heard by each responsible relative affected and any final administrative decision rendered by the Department shall be reviewed only under and in accordance with the Administrative Review Law.
(c) For withholding of winnings, the State gaming licensee shall be entitled to an administrative fee not to exceed the lesser of 4% of the total amount of cash winnings paid to the gambling winner or $150.
(d) In no event may the total amount withheld from the cash payout, including the administrative fee, exceed the total cash winnings claimed by the obligor. If the cash payout claimed is greater than the amount sufficient to satisfy the obligor's delinquent child support payments, the State gaming licensee shall pay the obligor the remaining balance of the payout, less the administrative fee authorized by subsection (c) of this Section, at the time it is claimed.
(e) A State gaming licensee who in good faith complies with the requirements of this Section shall not be liable to the gaming winner or any other individual or entity.
(Source: P.A. 101-31, eff. 6-28-19.)