(a) A court may order additional periods of possession of or access to a child to compensate for the denial of court-ordered possession or access. The additional periods of possession or access:
(1) must be of the same type and duration of the possession or access that was denied;
(2) may include weekend, holiday, and summer possession or access; and
(3) must occur on or before the second anniversary of the date the court finds that court-ordered possession or access has been denied.
(b) The person denied possession or access is entitled to decide the time of the additional possession or access, subject to the provisions of Subsection (a)(1).
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