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Maryland Code, Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 3-8A-26

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Pursuant to the procedure provided in the Maryland Rules, the court may make an appropriate order directing, restraining, or otherwise controlling the conduct of a person who is properly before the court under this subtitle, if:

(1) The court finds that the conduct:

(i) Is or may be detrimental or harmful to a child over whom the court has jurisdiction;

(ii) Will tend to defeat the execution of an order or disposition made or to be made;  or

(iii) Will assist in the rehabilitation of or is necessary for the welfare of the child;  and

(2) Notice of the application or motion and its grounds has been given as prescribed by the Maryland Rules.

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