2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 671 — Destruction of private property to arrest fire.
Art. 671. Destruction of private property to arrest fire.
Governing bodies of parishes and municipalities are authorized to adopt regulations determining the mode of proceeding to prevent the spread of fire by the destruction of buildings.
When private property is so destroyed in order to combat a conflagration, the owner shall be indemnified by the political subdivision for his actual loss.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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