Jurisdiction to modify determination
Except as otherwise provided in ORS 109.751 (Temporary emergency jurisdiction), a court of this state may not modify a child custody determination made by a court of another state unless a court of this state has jurisdiction to make an initial determination under ORS 109.741 (Initial child custody jurisdiction) (1)(a) or (b) and:
(1) The court of the other state determines that it no longer has exclusive, continuing jurisdiction under ORS 109.744 (Exclusive, continuing jurisdiction) or that a court of this state would be a more convenient forum under ORS 109.761 (Inconvenient forum); or
(2) A court of this state or a court of the other state determines that the child, the child’s parents and any person acting as a parent do not presently reside in the other state. [1999 c.649 §15]
Note: See note under 109.701 (Short title).
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