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Georgia State Code
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Title 15, Chapter 11, Section 90 (15-11-90)

(a) Upon receiving a request from a court exercising jurisdiction over children of another state which has adopted the Uniform Juvenile Court Act or a substantially similar act which includes provisions corresponding to this Code section and Code Section 15-11-89 to provide supervision of a child under the jurisdiction of that court, a court of this state may issue its written acceptance to the requesting court and may designate its probation or other appropriate officer who is to provide supervision, stating the probable cost per day therefor.

(b) Upon the receipt and filing of a certified copy of the order of the requesting court placing the child under the supervision of the officer so designated, the officer shall arrange for the reception of the child from the requesting court, shall provide supervision pursuant to the order and this article, and shall report thereon from time to time to the requesting court, including in the report any recommendations which he or she may have.

(c) The court in this state from time to time shall certify to the requesting court the cost of supervision that has been incurred and shall request payment therefor from the appropriate officials of the county of the requesting court to the appropriate officials of the county of the accepting court.

(d) The court of this state at any time may terminate supervision by notifying the requesting court. In that case, or if the supervision is terminated by the requesting court, the probation officer supervising the child shall return the child to a representative of the requesting court authorized to receive the child.

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