2012 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 63 - South Carolina Children's Code
Chapter 3 - FAMILY COURT
ARTICLE 1 FAMILY COURT AND FAMILY COURT JUDGES
- Section 63-3-10 - Family courts created.
- Section 63-3-20 - Family court judges.
- Section 63-3-30 - Judges' qualifications and terms.
- Section 63-3-40 - Initial election.
- Section 63-3-50 - Compensation of judges.
- Section 63-3-60 - Retirement for abolished officers.
ARTICLE 3 ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS OF THE FAMILY COURT
- Section 63-3-310 - Administration of family court system.
- Section 63-3-320 - Rotation of judges.
- Section 63-3-330 - Assignment of cases.
- Section 63-3-340 - Temporary assignment of judges.
- Section 63-3-350 - Physical facilities.
- Section 63-3-360 - Expenses of family courts.
- Section 63-3-370 - Fees and costs.
ARTICLE 5 JURISDICTION AND COURT POWERS AND PROCEDURES
- Section 63-3-510 - Exclusive original jurisdiction.
- Section 63-3-520 - Traffic and wildlife jurisdiction.
- Section 63-3-530 - Jurisdiction in domestic matters.
- Section 63-3-540 - Cooperation of agencies, government entities, and institutions.
- Section 63-3-550 - Standing to institute a proceeding regarding neglected or delinquent child.
- Section 63-3-560 - Venue.
- Section 63-3-570 - Service of summons.
- Section 63-3-580 - Failure to obey summons.
- Section 63-3-590 - Conduct of hearings.
- Section 63-3-600 - Rules for conduct of hearings.
- Section 63-3-610 - Prosecutorial functions.
- Section 63-3-620 - Penalties for adult violating title.
- Section 63-3-630 - Appeals.
- Section 63-3-640 - Post conviction proceedings.
- Section 63-3-650 - Power to issue writ of habeas corpus.
ARTICLE 7 PRIVATE GUARDIANS AD LITEM
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