2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3115 — Attendance and swearing in of witnesses.
Art. 3115. Attendance and swearing in of witnesses.
Arbitrators have no authority to compel witnesses to appear before them or to administer an oath; but, at the request of arbitrators, it will be the duty of justices of the peace to compel witnesses to appear and to administer the oath to them.
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