(1) If the Court transfers the proceeding to the participating State, the Court may also make an interim order providing for one or more of the following:
(a) giving daily care and control of, or parental responsibility for, the child to a specified person under specified conditions;
(b) giving the responsibility for the supervision of the wellbeing of the child to:
(i) the interstate officer of the State; or
(ii) any other specified person in the State to whom the responsibility could be given under the child welfare law of the State.
(2) The interim order remains in force for a specified period not exceeding 30 days.
(3) The Children's Court of the State may extend, vary or revoke the interim order under the interstate law of the State.