(1) If the parents of a child are parties to an interim order and, under the order, each of them has either the role of providing day-to-day care for, or contact with, the child,—
(2) In making an order as to costs, the court may have regard to a failure to comply with subsection (1)(b); but nothing in this subsection limits the court’s powers under section 142.
(3) The court must, as soon as practicable, assign a date that is within the next 3 months as the date for a hearing on whether a final order should be substituted for the interim order if—
(b) the parents of a child are parties to the order and, under it, one of them (parent A) has neither the role of providing day-to-day care for, nor contact with, the child.
(4) However, if the interim order referred to in subsection (3)(a) was made on an application without notice, parent A may notify the court that he or she wishes to be heard on whether a final order should be substituted for that interim order and, if he or she does so, the Registrar of the court must, as soon as practicable, assign a hearing date that is—
(5) In this section, interim order means—
Compare: 1995 No 86 s 76(1), (3)
Section 57(5)(b): amended, on 16 November 2011, by section 8 of the Care of Children Amendment Act 2011 (2011 No 59).