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Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act

Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act

Definition

A federal law enacted in 1980 that instructs courts when to recognize and enforce child custody and visitation orders entered in other states, with the purpose of deterring interstate conflict, abductions, and forum-shopping.

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