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|State||Statute||Description/Statute Name||Statutory language|
|Maryland||Md. Code Ann., State Fin. & Proc. § 3-302||Collection by state agencies||
(a)(1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (b) of this section, paragraph (2)(ii) of this subsection, or in other law, the Central Collection Unit is responsible for the collection of+ See more
each delinquent account or other debt that is owed to the State or any of its officials or units. (2)(i) Except as provided in subparagraph (ii) of this paragraph, an official or unit of the State government shall refer to the Central Collection Unit each debt for which the Central Collection Unit has collection responsibility under this subsection and may not settle the debt. (ii) A public institution of higher education may not refer a delinquent student account or debt to the Central Collection Unit unless, in accordance with § 15-119 of the Education Article: 1. the delinquent account or debt has not been settled by the end of the late registration period of the semester after the student account became delinquent; or 2. the student has not entered into or made timely payments to satisfy an installment payment plan. (3) For the purposes of this subtitle, a community college or board of trustees for a community college established or operating under Title 16 of the Education Article is a unit of the State. Exceptions (b) Unless, with the approval of the Secretary, a unit of the State government assigns the claim to the Central Collection Unit, the Central Collection Unit is not responsible for and may not collect: (1) any taxes; (2) any child support payment that is owed under § 5-308 of the Human Services Article; (3) any unemployment insurance contribution or overpayment; (4) any fine; (5) any court costs; (6) any forfeiture on bond; (7) any money that is owed as a result of a default on a loan that the Department of Business and Economic Development or the Department of Housing and Community Development has made or insured; or (8) any money that is owed under Title 9, Subtitles 2, 3, and 4 and Title 20 of the Insurance Article.
|Massachusetts||Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 280, § 7||Certificates of Fines Imposed.||
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At the end of every sitting of the superior court for the transaction of criminal business, the clerk shall make and deliver to the state treasurer certificates of all fines
imposed by the court, to the use of the commonwealth or to the treasurer of a city or town under the provisions of section two of this chapter.
|Massachusetts||Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 280, § 9||Fines paid; transfer to state treasurer by clerks of courts in Suffolk county||
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The clerks of all courts in Suffolk county, except those named in the preceding section, who are required to account to the commonwealth shall, on or before the tenth day
of each month, pay over to the state treasurer and account, on oath, for all fines, fees and other money received by them in any criminal proceedings during the preceding calendar month remaining after the payments therefrom allowed by law.
|Massachusetts||Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 258B, § 8||Assessments Against Persons Convicted — Imposed.||
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All such assessments made shall be collected by the court or by the registrar, as the case may be, and shall be transmitted monthly to the state treasurer. If the
person convicted is sentenced to a correctional facility in the commonwealth, the superintendent or sheriff of the facility shall deduct any part or all of the monies earned or received by any inmate and held by the correctional facility, to satisfy the victim and witness assessment, and shall transmit such monies to the court monthly. The assessment from any conviction or adjudication of delinquency which is subsequently overturned on appeal shall be refunded by the court to the person whose conviction or adjudication of delinquency is overturned. Said court shall deduct such funds from the assessments transmitted to the state treasurer.