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Legal Information: Oklahoma
Updated: December 1, 2020
§ 551-304. Temporary visitation
A. A court of this state which does not have jurisdiction to modify a child custody determination, may issue a temporary order enforcing:
1. A visitation schedule made by a court of another state; or
2. The visitation provisions of a child custody determination of another state that does not provide for a specific visitation schedule.
B. If a court of this state makes an order under paragraph 2 of subsection A of this section, it shall specify in the order a period of time that it considers adequate to allow the petitioner to obtain an order from a court having jurisdiction under the criteria specified in Article 2 of this act. [FN1] The order remains in effect until an order is obtained from the other court or the time period expires.
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