Filing of foreign violence protection order--Affidavit--Entry in database--Fee.
Any person entitled to protection under a foreign domestic violence protection order may file the
foreign order in the office of any clerk of a circuit court in this state. The person filing the foreign
order shall also file with the clerk of a circuit court an affidavit certifying the validity and status of
the order and attesting to the person's belief that the order has not been amended, rescinded, or
superseded by any orders from a court of competent jurisdiction. If a foreign order is filed under this
section, the clerk of a circuit court shall enter the order in the law enforcement protection order
database. Filing of a foreign order under this section is not a prerequisite to the order's enforcement
in this state. No fee may be assessed for filing the foreign order.
Source: SL 2003, ch 148, § 2.