(1) When the support obligation has been terminated and the total arrearage has been satisfied;
(2) When the holder, by reason of termination of employment or other reason, no longer holds earnings or other income payable to the obligor;
(3) When the payee has failed to give notice to the Court and the IV-D agency of a change of address as required by § 46-226.02, and the holder receives written notice from the Court or the IV-D agency that withholding is no longer required; or
(4) When the holder receives written notice from the Court or the IV-D agency that withholding is no longer required based on information received from another jurisdiction.
(b) The Court shall provide the IV-D agency with a copy of each notice of termination it issues to a holder within 2 business days after issuance.
(c) If, because of the failure of a payee to give notice to the Court and the IV-D agency of a change in address as required by § 46-226.02, the Collection and Disbursement Unit is unable, for a 3-month period, to deliver payments received pursuant to a notice or order to withhold, the IV-D agency shall send written notice to the holder to cease the withholding. The Collection and Disbursement Unit shall prorate and apply the undeliverable payments to satisfy amounts the obligor owes under other support orders, and shall prioritize these payments in accordance with § 46-217. If the obligor does not owe support under an additional support order, the Collection and Disbursement Unit shall apply the payments to any fees or debts owed to the IV-D agency and return the balance of the undeliverable payments, if any, to the obligor.