Kansas Department of Administration

State Agency, Municipality, and District Courts

Posted on 10/21/2021 at 12:49 PM by Kansas Department of Administration

Ambulance services
Apartment lease and damages
Continuing education
Child support
Diversionary agreements
Enrollment fees
Fines
Traffic
Parking fines
Hospital services
Parental obligation
Patient obligation
Treatment and care
Independent study
Insufficient funds checks
Insurance premiums
Judgments
Civil judgments
Court ordered restitutions
Criminal judgments
KPERS withdrawal overpayments
Late fees
Library services
Library fines
Library materials
Library overdue books
Library processing fees
Liquidated debts
Overpayment - expense allowances
Personal telephone calls

Printing services
Promissory notes
Recovery of expenses
Recreational services
Salary overpayments
School Fees
Books
Enrollment
Lunches
Services rendered
Student health
Student loans
National direct student loans
Pell grant repayments
Perkins student loans
Surgery and medicine
Taxes
Drug tax - criminal fraud
Individual income taxes
Inheritance tax and interest
Liquor excise tax
Personal Property taxes
Premium tax - foreign
Sales tax
Withholding taxes
Motor carrier taxes
Unemployment taxes
Telecommunications
Tuition
Unliquidated debts
Utility bills
Workers' compensation overpayments


  • Must make at least three attempts to collect before submitting debt to Accounts Receivable Setoff Program.
  • K.S.A. 75-6202 (b) "Debt" means:

    (1) Any liquidated sum due and owing to the state of Kansas, or any state agency, municipality or foreign state agency which has accrued through contract, subrogation, tort, operation of law, or any other legal theory regardless of whether there is an outstanding judgment for that sum.  A debt shall not include special assessments except when the owner of the property assessed petitioned for the improvement and any successor in interest of such owner of property; or

    (2)Any amount of support due and owing an individual, or an agency of another state, who is receiving assistance in collecting that support under K.S.A. 39-756 or K.S.A. 2012 Supp. 20-378, and amendments thereto, or under part D of title IV of the federal social security act, 42 U.S.C. § 651 et seq., as amended, which amount shall be considered a debt due and owing the district court trustee or the department of social and rehabilitation services for the purposes of this act.

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