2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3413 — Wild animals, birds, fish, and shellfish
Art. 3413. Wild animals, birds, fish, and shellfish
Wild animals, birds, fish, and shellfish in a state of natural liberty either belong to the state in its capacity as a public person or are things without an owner. The taking of possession of such things is governed by particular laws and regulations.
The owner of a tract of land may forbid entry to anyone for purposes of hunting or fishing, and the like. Nevertheless, despite a prohibition of entry, captured wildlife belongs to the captor.
Acts 1982, No. 187, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1983.
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