(a) On application of a party, or on the court's own motion, the court may make an order restraining or otherwise controlling the conduct of a person if:
(1) An order of disposition of a delinquent, unruly or dependent or neglected child has been or is about to be made in a proceeding under this part, or if it appears that a person against whom the restraining order is sought should be prohibited from associating with or engaging in certain conduct in relation to such child either absolutely or conditionally;
(2) The court finds that the conduct:
(A) Is or may be detrimental or harmful to the child; and
(B) Will tend to defeat the execution of the order of disposition; and
(3) Due notice of the application or motion and the grounds therefor and an opportunity to be heard thereon have been given to the person against whom the order is directed.
(b) On application of a party or on the court's own motion, the court may issue an immediate ex parte temporary restraining order controlling the conduct of a person if:
(1) The court finds that a child otherwise subject to the jurisdiction of the court may be removed from such jurisdiction or the court finds that there is danger of immediate harm to a child; and
(2) Due notice of the order and the grounds therefor and the opportunity to be heard thereon is given to the party against whom the order is directed within three (3) days of the issuance of such order or upon such party's application for a hearing.
(c) On application of the department or the child protection team as defined in part 6 of this chapter, the court may make a no contact order for the removal of a suspected perpetrator of child sexual abuse from the home where the child resides and from all further contact with the child, if the court finds that there is probable cause to believe that such person committed an act of child sexual abuse as defined in part 6 of this chapter. Such an order does not relieve such person from the person's legal duty to provide financial support for the person's family. The court may imprison any person violating such an order for up to one (1) year for contempt of court, or the court may fashion such other remedy as it finds appropriate for the protection of the child. If the court determines that there is an immediate threat of harm to the child, the court may issue a no contact order as provided in subsection (b); otherwise, it shall provide that due notice of the application and the grounds therefor and an opportunity to be heard thereon have been given to the person against whom the order is directed.
Acts 1970, ch. 600, § 50; 1983, ch. 196, §§ 1, 2; T.C.A., § 37-250; Acts 1985, ch. 478, § 39.