SEC. 93-25-111. [Grounds for rendition.]
(1) For purposes of this act, "Governor" includes an individual performing the functions of Governor or the executive authority of a state covered by this act.
(2) The Governor of this state may:
(a) Demand that the Governor of another state surrender an individual found in the other state who is charged criminally in this state with having failed to provide for the support of an obligee; or
(b) On the demand by the Governor of another state, surrender an individual found in this state who is charged criminally in the other state with having failed to provide for the support of an obligee.
(3) A provision for extradition of individuals not inconsistent with this act applies to the demand even if the individual whose surrender is demanded was not in the demanding state when the crime was allegedly committed and has not fled therefrom.
SOURCES: 1996 Laws, Chapter 588, Sec. 126, SB2164, Effective July 1, 1997.
Note: 1997 Laws, Chapter 588, Sec. 150, states as follows:
SECTION 150. Any person or entity shall be absolutely immune from any liability arising from compliance with the dictates of this act unless such conduct by the person or entity is willful and intentional.