(1) On an application made to it for the purpose by an eligible person, the court may make a parenting order determining the time or times when specified persons have the role of providing day-to-day care for, or may have contact with, the child.
(2) A parenting order determining that a person has the role of providing day-to-day care for the child may specify that the person has that role—
(3) A parenting order determining that a person may have contact with the child may specify any of the following:
(a) the nature of that contact (for example, whether it is direct (that is, face to face) contact or some form of indirect contact (for example, contact by way of letters, telephone calls, or email)):
(4) A parenting order may be a final order or it may be an interim order that has effect until a specified date or event or until the court orders otherwise.
(5) A parenting order may also be subject to any other terms or conditions (including, without limitation, a condition requiring a party to enter into a bond) the court determines.
Compare: 1968 No 63 ss 11, 15, 16