§ 10-18-14 Contents and payments of plan.
(a) The plan, giving due regard to the reasonable requirements of the debtor and his or her dependents, shall provide for periodic payments by or on behalf of the debtor to the receiver by virtue of the wage assignment and court order, or otherwise; and the debtor may make additional payments to the receiver. If the debtor is required by an order of a court of competent jurisdiction to pay money for the support and maintenance of dependents, then, upon the filing with the court of a certified copy of the order, the plan shall be modified to the extent required to comply with the order.
(b) In no case shall the plan provide for receipt by the debtor from the receiver or otherwise of an amount less than the minimum amount of the income of the debtor that is exempt from garnishment under the laws of this state or federal law.
(c) Subject both to § 10-18-10(e) on minimum amounts to be paid to certain secured creditors and to this section, the plan shall provide for the receiver to pay, to the extent of funds received by him or her, a pro rata share of the balance to each creditor on the basis of the amount of the claim of each creditor; provided, however, that claims of ten dollars ($10.00) or less may be paid in full.
(d) The plan shall provide that if the total amount available to be distributed is less than two hundred fifty dollars ($250), the receiver may deposit the undistributed amount in a special trust account until the next distribution date that the total amount is two hundred fifty dollars ($250) or more.
(e) Any money which is not called for by any creditor, or, if sent to a creditor, is returned undelivered and which remains in the possession of the receiver for more than six (6) months after these proceedings are dismissed, must be paid by the receiver to the other creditors in proportion to their unpaid obligations under the plan on the date these proceedings were dismissed, provided that no creditor is paid in excess of the full amount of his or her claim as of the date payment is made. If no such creditors exist, then the money shall be paid to the debtor.
(f) The court may, upon application of the debtor, the receiver, or any creditor, upon notice to all other parties, at any time or times during the pendency of these proceedings, increase or reduce the amount of the installment payments provided by the plan, or extend or shorten the time for any payments, or otherwise alter the provisions of the plan, where it shall be made to appear, after hearing, that the circumstances of the debtor so warrant or require.
(P.L. 1972, ch. 186, § 1.)