(A) Form and Scope of Order. An order granting a personal protection order must include the following:
(1) A statement that the personal protection order has been entered, listing the type or types of conduct enjoined.
(2) A statement that the personal protection order is effective when signed by the judge and is immediately enforceable anywhere in Michigan, and that, after service, the personal protection order may be enforced by another state, an Indian tribe, or a territory of the United States.
(3) A statement that violation of the personal protection order will subject the individual restrained or enjoined to either of the following:
(a) If the respondent is 17 years of age or more, immediate arrest and, if the respondent is found guilty of criminal contempt, imprisonment for not more than 93 days and may be fined not more than $500; or
(b) If the respondent is less than 17 years of age, immediate apprehension and, if the respondent is found in contempt, the dispositional alternatives listed in MCL 712A.18.
(4) An expiration date stated clearly on the face of the order.
(5) A statement that the personal protection order is enforceable anywhere in Michigan by any law enforcement agency, and that if the respondent violates the personal protection order in another jurisdiction, the respondent is subject to the enforcement procedures and penalties of the jurisdiction in which the violation occurred.
(6) Identification of the law enforcement agency, designated by the court to enter the personal protection order into the law enforcement information network.
(7) For ex parte orders, a statement that, within 14 days after being served with or receiving actual notice of the order, the individual restrained or enjoined may file a motion to modify or terminate the personal protection order and a request for a hearing, and that motion forms and filing instructions are available from the clerk of the court.
(B) Mutual Orders Prohibited. A personal protection order may not be made mutual.
(C) Existing Custody and Parenting Time Orders.
(1) Contact With Court Having Prior Jurisdiction. The court issuing a personal protection order must contact the court having jurisdiction over the parenting time or custody matter as provided in MCR 3.205, and where practicable, the judge should consult with that court, as contemplated in MCR 3.205(C)(2), regarding the impact upon custody and parenting time rights before issuing the personal protection order.
(2) Conditions Modifying Custody and Parenting Time Provisions. If the respondent's custody or parenting time rights will be adversely affected by the personal protection order, the issuing court shall determine whether conditions should be specified in the order which would accommodate the respondent's rights or whether the situation is such that the safety of the petitioner and minor children would be compromised by such conditions.
(3) Effect of Personal Protection Order. A personal protection order takes precedence over any existing custody or parenting time order until the personal protection order has expired, or the court having jurisdiction over the custody or parenting time order modifies the custody or parenting time order to accommodate the conditions of the personal protection order.
(a) If the respondent or petitioner wants the existing custody or parenting time order modified, the respondent or petitioner must file a motion with the court having jurisdiction of the custody or parenting time order and request a hearing. The hearing must be held within 21 days after the motion is filed.
(b) Proceedings to modify custody and parenting time orders are subject to subchapter 3.200.
(D) Service. The petitioner shall serve the order on the respondent as provided in MCR 2.105(A). If the respondent is a minor, and the whereabouts of the respondent's parent or parents, guardian, or custodian is known, the petitioner shall also in the same manner serve the order on the respondent's parent or parents, guardian, or custodian. On an appropriate showing, the court may allow service in another manner as provided in MCR 2.105(I). Failure to serve the order does not affect its validity or effectiveness.
(E) Oral Notice. If oral notice of the order is made by a law enforcement officer as described in MCL 600.2950(22) or 600.2950a(19), proof of the notification must be filed with the court by the law enforcement officer.