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A. A child support obligation may be paid with a noncash payment for a child support obligation or past-due support, subject to the Office of Administrative Hearings or Trial Court approval. Both parties shall agree on the amount and the type of noncash payment to be paid toward child support. When a noncash payment is used for a portion of a child support obligation, the child support order shall describe the type of noncash support that will be permitted to satisfy the underlying specific dollar amount of the support obligation and provide that noncash payments shall not be permitted to satisfy assigned support obligations.

B. Noncash payments may include but is not limited to services such as making repairs to automobiles or home, providing a means for travel, or providing needed resources for a child’s participation in tribal customs and practices. ONCA 12-51, eff. June 18, 2012.