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Within a day upon determination that Possessory Parent will be unavailable to care for children for four hours or more, the PP must notify the Non-Possessory Parent in writing (text/email shall suffice), and allow the NPP to determine if s/he wants to take possession during those times. The NPP shall respond within 24 that they received the written notification, and shall provide written notice back within the next 24 hours if s/he will have the children in their possession during the indicated time. In the case of non-response to the notification email, the PP shall try again, including calling NPP to verify receipt. In the case of emergencies, where the PP is unable to provide written notice, a call/voicemail informing the NPP of where the children are will be deemed sufficient.
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