2010 Pennsylvania Code
Chapter 54 - Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement
5423 - Jurisdiction to modify determination.

     § 5423.  Jurisdiction to modify determination.
        Except as otherwise provided in section 5424 (relating to
     temporary emergency jurisdiction), a court of this Commonwealth
     may not modify a child custody determination made by a court of
     another state unless a court of this Commonwealth has
     jurisdiction to make an initial determination under section 5421
     (a)(1) or (2) (relating to initial child custody jurisdiction)
            (1)  the court of the other state determines it no longer
        has exclusive, continuing jurisdiction under section 5422
        (relating to exclusive, continuing jurisdiction) or that a
        court of this Commonwealth would be a more convenient forum
        under section 5427 (relating to inconvenient forum); or
            (2)  a court of this Commonwealth or a court of the other
        state determines that the child, the child's parents and any
        person acting as a parent do not presently reside in the
        other state.

        Cross References.  Section 5423 is referred to in sections
     5422, 5424, 5428 of this title.

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