(1) The court, at the conclusion of a hearing in which it ordered the termination
of a parent-child legal relationship, shall order that a review hearing be held not
later than ninety days following the date of the termination. At such hearing the agency or individual vested with custody of the child shall
report to the court what disposition of the child, if any, has occurred, and the guardian
ad litem shall submit a written report with recommendations to the court, based upon
an independent investigation, for the best disposition of the child. Any report required under this subsection (1) shall be subject to the provisions
of section 19-1-309.
(2) If no adoption has taken place within a reasonable time and the court determines
that adoption is not immediately feasible or appropriate, the court may order that
provision be made immediately for alternative long-term placement of the child.
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