A-2.02, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the application of the Act to promote access to justice through the establishment of the Service administratif de rajustement des pensions alimentaires pour enfants

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14. SARPA may not recalculate child support if the income of either of the child’s parents includes income other than a salary, support paid by a third party and received for one’s own needs, employment insurance benefits, parental insurance benefits or other benefits granted under a statutory pension or compensation plan, except if the parents agree on the amount of the income.
Despite the foregoing, it may recalculate child support without an agreement if the income of either of the parents includes an amount as taxable dividends, interest or other investment income equal to or less than $2,000.
O.C. 146-2014, s. 14; 649-2020O.C. 649-2020, s. 4.
14. SARPA may not recalculate child support if the income of either of the child’s parents includes income other than a salary, support paid by a third party and received for one’s own needs, employment insurance benefits, parental insurance benefits or other benefits granted under a statutory pension or compensation plan, except if the parents agree on the amount of the income.
O.C. 146-2014, s. 14.