Acts passed by the Legislature of the State of Louisiana.
The Daily Journal of the U.S. Government.
Portal for free legal research resources maintained by the George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School.
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In January of 1990, Louisiana adopted the Uniform Commercial Code. This statewide notification system replaced Louisiana's chattel mortgage laws and for the first time provides lenders with statewide information regarding liens on movable, personal property.
Provides online full text from EBSCO for many of the top consumer legal reference books and contains more than 310 full-text publications and thousands of legal forms. Many of the full-text legal reference books are provided through Nolo, the nation's oldest and most-respected provider of legal information for consumers and small businesses.
The Louisiana Administrative Code is a state-certified publication that provides a set of rules which have been formally adopted or amended by Louisiana state agencies.
Find and print Louisiana legal forms, including contracts, wills, bankruptcy, power of attorney, divorce and landlord-tenant.
The official site of the Louisiana Legislature. Contains the laws of the state.
Louisiana's online guide to free legal help
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Allows you to search the state laws online.
The Clerk of Court’s Archives Department preserves and maintains the rich history and genealogy of St. Tammany Parish. Archival records dating back to 1810 can be searched for names, locations, occupations, marital and family status, citizenship, and property holdings.