2015 Tennessee Code
Title 36 - Domestic Relations
Chapter 6 - Child Custody and Visitation
Part 6 - Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act
§ 36-6-604 - Actions for abduction prevention measures.
(a) A court on its own motion may order abduction prevention measures in a child-custody proceeding if the court finds that the evidence establishes a credible risk of abduction of the child.
(b) A party to a child-custody determination or another individual or entity having a right under the law of this state or any other state to seek a child-custody determination for the child may file a petition seeking abduction prevention measures to protect the child under this part.
(c) A prosecutor or public authority designated under § 36-6-239 may seek a warrant to take physical custody of a child under § 36-6-609 or other appropriate prevention measures.
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