(a) A party to a child-custody proceeding, including a modification proceeding, or
a petitioner or respondent in a proceeding to enforce or register a child-custody
determination, is not subject to personal jurisdiction in this State for another proceeding
or purpose solely by reason of having participated, or having been physically present
for the purpose of participating, in the proceeding.
(b) A person who is subject to personal jurisdiction in this State on a basis other
than physical presence is not immune from service of process in this State. A party present in this State who is subject to the jurisdiction of another state
is not immune from service of process allowable under the laws of that state.
(c) The immunity granted by subsection (a) does not extend to civil litigation based
on acts unrelated to the participation in a proceeding under this chapter committed
by an individual while present in this State.
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