Domestic Relations – Civil Practice – Subject Matter Jurisdiction — Parent & Child – Custody – AbandonmentIn re E.J. Since a New York court had already made an initial determination concerning the custody of the juvenile, the N.C. trial court lacked jurisdiction to enter a permanent custody order because there were no findings that the New York court no longer had jurisdiction or that North Carolina met the requirements of G.S. § 50A-201(a)(1) or (2).
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