The statute says 150miles or out of state. So, you do not have to ask the courts permission if it is within 150miles and within the state.
BUT... if it interferes with his placement, then sometimes it is just better to grab the court by the gavel and let everyone know what you are intending. Better than having a placement battle later over an optional move (assuming it is otional.
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If the move is less than 150 miles, you do not need to give notice to the other parent; however, the fact that you have moved does not relieve you from your obligation to abide by the placement order.
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