The collection remedy under this section is in addition to and not in substitution for any other remedy available by law.
Any debt owed to a claimant agency must not be submitted by the agency for collection under the procedure established by sections 270A.01 to 270A.12 if (a) there is a written payment agreement between the debtor and the claimant agency in which revenue recapture is prohibited and the debtor is complying with the agreement, (b) the collection attempt would result in a loss of federal funds, or (c) the agency is unable to supply the department with the necessary identifying information required by subdivision 3 or rules promulgated by the commissioner, or (d) the debt is barred by section 541.05.
For each debt submitted, the claimant agency shall provide the commissioner with the name and Social Security number of the debtor and any other identifying information required by rules promulgated by the commissioner.
Whenever possible, a claimant agency shall obtain the identifying information required by subdivision 3 from any individual for whom the agency provides any service or transacts any business and who the claimant agency can foresee may become a debtor of the claimant agency.
A private nonprofit hospital that leases its building from the county or city in which it is located must annually provide the commissioner with a copy of the lease agreement.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes