2006 New York Code - Notice; Opportunity To Be Heard; Joinder.



 
    §  76-d.  Notice;  opportunity to be heard; joinder. 1. Before a child
  custody  determination  is  made  under  this  article,  notice  and  an
  opportunity  to  be  heard  in  accordance with the standards of section
  seventy-five-g of this article must be given to all persons entitled  to
  notice  under  the  law  of  this  state as in child custody proceedings
  between residents of this state, any parent whose parental  rights  have
  not  been  previously terminated, and any person having physical custody
  of the child.
    2. This article does not govern the enforceability of a child  custody
  determination made without notice or an opportunity to be heard.
    3.  The  obligation  to  join  a party and the right to intervene as a
  party in a child custody proceeding under this article are  governed  by
  the laws of this state as in child custody proceedings between residents
  of this state.

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