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Orders of state courts and other tribal courts involving children over whom the Juvenile Court could assume jurisdiction shall be recognized and given full faith and credit if:

A. The issuing court had jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter;

B. The procedures specified in the Indian Child Welfare Act, if applicable, were properly followed; and

C. Due process and other rights provided by the Indian Civil Rights Act were accorded all interested parties.