The 2023 Florida Statutes
"A court of this state shall treat a foreign country as if it were a state of the United States for purposes of applying ss. 61.501- 61.523. . . . [A] child custody determination made in a foreign country under factual circumstances in substantial conformity with the jurisdictional standards of this part must be recognized and enforced under ss. 61.524- 61.540." § 61.506(1), (2), Fla. Stat.
If a proceeding for enforcement under ss. 61.524- 61.540 is commenced in a court of this state and the court determines that a proceeding to modify the determination is pending in a court of another state having jurisdiction to modify the determination under ss. 61.514- 61.523, the enforcing court shall immediately communicate with the modifying court. The proceeding for enforcement continues unless the enforcing court, after consultation with the modifying court, stays or dismisses the proceeding.
. . . proceeding involving juvenile delinquency, contractual emancipation, or enforcement under ss. 61.524-61.540 . . .
. . . . § 61.540 places the burden on KERS to prepare and make available to all members a summary of the plan . . .
. . . conformity with the jurisdictional standards of this part must be recognized and enforced under ss. 61.524-61.540 . . .
. . . The statute provides as follows: If a proceeding for enforcement under ss. 61.524-61.540 is commenced . . .
. . . . $45,973 1953. 61.540 1954. 61.540 On the basis of these 1952-54 payments, a reasonable estimate of . . .
. . . flight duty, but that plaintiff’s “failure to comply fully with the intent of Civil Air Regulation 61.540 . . .