Ilcs Violation Of Custody Agreement

Ilcs Violation Of Custody Agreement

1. A legitimate person or custodian committed the act to protect the child from imminent physical harm, provided that the defendant`s belief that physical harm was imminent was appropriate and that the defendant`s conduct in retaining access, educational time or custody was an appropriate response to the alleged harm; (d) No provision in this section should be construed as limiting the Tribunal`s power of non-compliance, except as a provision in subsection g of this section. (e) If the court issues a court order for violation of a visitation order, the officer sends a copy of the contempt order to the county sheriff. The sheriff provides the State Police Department with a copy of any order of contempt, as required by the department. The Department maintains a complete record and index of contempt orders and makes this data available to all local law enforcement agencies. (f) Legal fees and fees are considered against a party if the court finds that the legal action is unwelcome and constitutes harassment. (g) a person convicted of illegal activity at home or in education in accordance with sections 10-5.5 of the 1961 Penal Code or the 2012 Penal Code; is not subject to the provisions of this section and the court cannot issue a warrant of contempt for the abuse of prosecution against persons for the same conduct for which the person has been convicted of illegitimate interference in the visitation or is authorized to subject that person to the sanctions provided for in this section. (Source: P.A. 96-333, eff.

8-11-09; 96-675, eff. 8-25-09; 97-1047, eff. 8-21-12; 97-1150, eff. 1-25-13.) (g) Past, present or possible absence or relocation, or non-compliance with custody, visitation or period of instruction orders, cannot be sufficient to justify a change in a pre-order if the reason for the absence, relocation or non-compliance of the party detachment as a member of the United States Armed Forces. (Source: P.A. 96-676, eff. 1-1-10; 97-659, eff. 6-1-12.) (750 ILCS 5/611) (from J.C.

40, para. 611) p. 611. Enforcement of the custody decision or order to prohibit the removal of the child from the jurisdiction of the court. (a) The Tribunal may make a judgment on the enforcement of a custody order or court order prohibiting the removal of the child from the jurisdiction of the court if it finds that the respondent has breached the provisions of the Court by illegitimately removing the child from the physical custody of the petitioner or another person entitled to custody or by illegitimately de retaining the child after a visit or other temporary waiver of the right.

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