A court order is interpreted in the same manner as a contract. Where the order is silent as to a particular term or condition, the court must interpret the order based upon the intent of the parties (or, the court if the order was made by the court rather than in a settlement agreement or agreed to judgment.
In the case of your order, it does not state who must deliver the child. It simply states that the husband will pick up the minor child. A reasonable interpretation is that as long as the wife has delegated authority over the child to someone else, then husband can pick up the child from that person. It could be read to mean that only wife may deliver the child -- however, in order to enforce the order by contempt, the order must be clear beyond all reasonable doubt. Since the order is ambiguous, it cannot be enforced by contempt, therefore, the wife can choose whomever she wishes to deliver the child.
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