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Assembly Bill 3859: Allows Visitation Rights to be Obtained Without Consent of Parent
This bill would have permitted a person who has had three years of contact with a child to petition the court to obtain visitation rights against the parents' wishes.
This bill was introduced on February 10, 2003, and was in the Judiciary Committee.
While the first year of the 2003-2004 session of the New York legislature ended June 20, 2003, this bill could be re-introduced in January of 2004.
This bill was opposed.
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