Child and spousal support, by payment compliance, by province and territory (Saskatchewan)
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|Regular payment due in March of the fiscal year|
|Cases in compliance||7,500||7,540||7,545||7,850||..|
|No payment due||1,240||1,235||1,320||1,610||..|
|Total payment due in March of the fiscal year|
|Cases in compliance||7,505||7,540||7,545||7,845||..|
|No payment due||1,165||1,150||1,245||1,525||..|
| .. : not available for a specific reference period. |
Notes: Child and spousal support cases are limited to those enrolled in Maintenance Enforcement Programs. Results do not reflect all support cases in the jurisdiction.
Interjurisdictional support order-out cases are excluded. These are cases that the province/territory has sent to another jurisdiction for enforcement because the payor lives and/or has assets outside their borders.
Compliance is calculated at month end. Any adjustments to payments due or received that occur after the reference month are not incorporated.
As a result of rounding methodology, some small differences can be expected in the corresponding values between tables.
Source: Statistics Canada, CANSIM table 259-0004.
Last modified: 2017-05-04.
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