Child and spousal support, by payment compliance, by province and territory (Yukon)
Related tables: Civil courts and family law.
|Regular payment due in March of the fiscal year|
|Cases in compliance||400||365||345||365||365|
|No payment due||75||70||55||65||65|
|Total payment due in March of the fiscal year|
|Cases in compliance||400||360||345||365||365|
|No payment due||70||60||50||60||60|
|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.
Yukon allows direct payments in exceptional circumstances to be made and received by their clientele, however, unauthorized direct payments are not encouraged. Since some of these direct payments are not reported until after the survey data are collected, some payors are reported as not having paid, even though they actually have. About 1 percent of case each month report a payment, or payments, being made in a previous month.
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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