You are correct, from what you have written and without reading the provision in your agreement he has two weeks, no more, take care.
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The language that you used supports your interpretation. Each parent has an exclusive 2-week period and in the absence of language that adjusts other times the regular visitation would apply.
There is a rules of construction that the specific marks an exception to the rule. If nothing else is said that would establish an exception--the fathet's interpretation is based on nothing further--Tge. the general rule continued.
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I interpret this to mean that each parent has a two-week uninterrupted block of time with the child during the summer which is an exception to the regular schedule.
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