(1) The purpose of sections 64 to 80 is to provide to the court, and to parties to a parenting order, a range of options for making the order work.
(2) To that end, sections 64 to 80—
(a) provide for the parties to request counselling to resolve a dispute over observing and carrying out the order:
(b) provide for the court to make orders of various kinds, or to respond in various other ways, if a dispute over contravention of a parenting order is not resolved by the parties themselves:
(c) make it an offence for a party to the parenting order to intentionally—
(i) contravene the order; or
(ii) prevent compliance with the order:
(d) make it an offence to knowingly resist or obstruct the execution of—
(i) a warrant to enforce the role of providing day-to-day care for, or an order for contact with, a child; or
(ii) a warrant relating to preventing removal of a child from New Zealand:
(e) make it an offence to knowingly fail or refuse to afford immediate entrance to (all or a part of) any premises to a person executing a warrant of that kind:
(f) make it an offence in certain circumstances to take or attempt to take a child out of New Zealand.