(1) This section applies if:
(a) a parenting order provides that:
(i) a child is to live with a person; or
(ii) a child is to spend time with a person; or
(iii) a child is to communicate with a person; and
(b) a court having jurisdiction under this Part is satisfied, on application by the person referred to in paragraph (1)(a), that there are reasonable grounds for believing that a person (the alleged offender ) has contravened section 65M, 65N or 65NA in relation to the order; and
(c) there is an application before the court for the alleged offender to be dealt with under Division 13A for the alleged contravention; and
(d) the court is satisfied that the issue of a warrant is necessary to ensure that the alleged offender will attend before a court to be dealt with under Division 13A for the alleged contravention.
(2) The court may issue a warrant authorising a person to whom it is addressed to arrest the alleged offender.
(3) A warrant stops being in force:
(a) if a date not later than 6 months after the issue of the warrant is specified in the warrant as the date when it stops being in force--on that date; or
(b) otherwise--6 months after the issue of the warrant.