PKPAParental Kidnapping Prevention Act
PKPAPekeliling Kemajuan Pentadbiran Awam (Malaysian government department)
PKPAPusat Kajian Perlindungan Anak (Indonesian: Center for Child Protection Studies)
PKPAPendidikan Khusus Profesi Advokat (Indonesian: Special Education Professionals Advocate)
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Secretary General and CEO of PKPA Col (R) Yunus Bhatti received the cheque on the occasion and briefed the audience about the achievements as well as challenges of the Association set up some two decades ago.
Addressing a press conference here on Friday, PKPA General Secretary Colonel A(r) Mohammad Younas Bhatti and Secretary Information Squadron Leader A(r) Ghulam Abbas said the association would hold a awareness walk and seminar where expert urologists apprise the participants on kidney diseases and its preventions at PKPA Medical Center Tali Mohri.
(15.) See, e.g., Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA), 28
(129.) In addition to these discrepancies, the UCCJA suffered from a complicated intersection with the PKPA. See UNIF.
Blakesley, Comparativist Ruminations from the Bayou on Child Custody Jurisdiction: The UCCJA, the PKPA, and the Hague Convention on Child Abduction, 58 LA.
Price noted that the PKPA was enacted precisely for this type of situation: to ensure that different state policies didn't create jurisdictional problems and to protect children by ensuring that a parent could not arbitrarily change the terms of a custodial decision, or child support award, that he or she disagreed with by simply moving to another state.
(93) Despite the fact that South Carolina had become the child's home state, the Superior Court of Connecticut penalized the mother by refusing to apply the jurisdictional requirements of the PKPA. (94) The court acknowledged that Connecticut did not have jurisdiction under the PKPA's home state rule, but held that the mother unilaterally removed the child at a time when she knew the father was precluded from communicating with her, and that she kept her location secret.
(40.) The Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA) guarantees national full faith and credit to state court custody decisions.
have amended their version of the UCCJA to comply with the federal Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA) which prefers "home state" jurisdiction.
in custody matters, caused confusion among various jurisdictions and allowed the state courts to feel free to disregard custody decisions of other state courts ...."); see also David Carl Minneman, Annotation, Recognition and Enforcement of Out-of-State Custody Decree Under [sections] 13 of the Uniform Child Custody jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) or the Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA), 28 U.S.C.