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1. 751.05 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 751.05 751.05 Order granting temporary or concurrent custody.—(1) At the hearing on the petition for temporary or concurrent custody, the court must hear the evidence concerning a minor child’s need for care by the petitioner, all other matters required to be set forth in the petition, and the

2. 61.503 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.503 61.503 Definitions.—As used in this part, the term:(1) “Abandoned” means left without provision for reasonable and necessary care or supervision.(2) “Child” means an individual who has not attained 18 years of age.(3) “Child custody determination” means a judgment, decree, or other orde

3. 61.517 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.517 61.517 Temporary emergency jurisdiction.—(1) A court of this state has temporary emergency jurisdiction if the child is present in this state and the child has been abandoned or it is necessary in an emergency to protect the child because the child, or a sibling or parent of the child,

4. 61.534 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.534 61.534 Warrant to take physical custody of child.—(1) Upon the filing of a petition seeking enforcement of a child custody determination, the petitioner may file a verified application for the issuance of a warrant to take physical custody of the child if the child is likely to imminent

5. 751.03 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 751.03 751.03 Petition for temporary or concurrent custody; contents.—Each petition for temporary or concurrent custody of a minor child must be verified by the petitioner, who must be an extended family member, and must contain statements, to the best of the petitioner’s knowledge and belief,

6. 985.115 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 985.115 985.115 Release or delivery from custody.—(1) A child taken into custody shall be released from custody as soon as is reasonably possible.(2) Unless otherwise ordered by the court under s. 985.255 or s. 985.26 , and unless there is a need to hold the child, a person taking a child into

7. 984.13 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 984.13 984.13 Taking into custody a child alleged to be from a family in need of services or to be a child in need of services.—(1) A child may be taken into custody:(a) By a law enforcement officer when the officer has reasonable grounds to believe that the child has run away from his or her

8. 39.401 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 39.401 39.401 Taking a child alleged to be dependent into custody; law enforcement officers and authorized agents of the department.—(1) A child may only be taken into custody:(a) Pursuant to the provisions of this part, based upon sworn testimony, either before or after a petition is filed; o

9. 61.514 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.514 61.514 Initial child custody jurisdiction.—(1) Except as otherwise provided in s. 61.517 , a court of this state has jurisdiction to make an initial child custody determination only if:(a) This state is the home state of the child on the date of the commencement of the proceeding, or wa

10. 985.101 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 985.101 985.101 Taking a child into custody.—(1) A child may be taken into custody under the following circumstances:(a) Pursuant to an order of the circuit court issued under this chapter, based upon sworn testimony, either before or after a petition is filed.(b) For a delinquent act or viola

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