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(a) A tribunal of this state that has issued a child-support order consistent with the law of this state may serve as an initiating tribunal to request a tribunal of another state to enforce:
(1) The order, if the order is the controlling order, and has not been modified by a tribunal of another state that assumed jurisdiction pursuant to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act; or
(2) A money judgment for arrears of support and interest on the order accrued before a determination that an order of a tribunal of another state is the controlling order.
(b) A tribunal of this state having continuing jurisdiction over a support order may act as a responding tribunal to enforce the order.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Rhode Island General Laws Title 15. Domestic Relations § 15-23.1-206. Continuing jurisdiction to enforce child support order - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ri/title-15-domestic-relations/ri-gen-laws-sect-15-23-1-206.html
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