Polygamy sect children set to return home
Parents were set to begin collecting their children, who were seized from the sect's ranch by state authorities in April.
State officials had accused sect members of abusing the children.
But last week the state's Supreme Court said officials had failed to prove the children faced immediate danger.
The court set out the following conditions on their order:
Monday's ruling placed conditions on the parents, including prohibiting them from leaving the state without court permission and ordering them to take parenting classes, the Associated Press news agency reported.
They were also ordered not to interfere with the investigation into child abuse and to allow the children to undergo medical tests if necessary, AP said.
Welfare workers must be allowed unannounced visits and any journey within the state of more than 100 miles (160km) must be given prior permission.
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Willie Jessop, an elder for the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, said: "We're really grateful to get the order signed."
It was not immediately clear how many of the children would return to the ranch.