Right of refusal in NC

In the custody agreement the first right of refusal clause does not state how many hours of unavailability are required before the ex has to be notified. Is there a standard legal minimum of hours in North Carolina?
Thank you

No, there is no minimum number of hours.

Typically rights of first refusal are for overnights or longer but if that was the intention, it would be specifically stated in your separation agreement or custody order.

Anna Ayscue

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