2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 391 — Temporary and preliminary interdiction
Art. 391. Temporary and preliminary interdiction
When a petition for interdiction is pending, a court may order a temporary or preliminary interdiction when there is a substantial likelihood that grounds for interdiction exist and substantial harm to the health, safety, or property of the person sought to be interdicted is imminent.
Amended by Acts 1948, No. 321, §1; Acts 2000, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 25, §1, eff. July 1, 2001.
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