2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 9 — Clear and unambiguous law
CHAPTER 2 - INTERPRETATION OF LAWS
Art. 9. Clear and unambiguous law
When a law is clear and unambiguous and its application does not lead to absurd consequences, the law shall be applied as written and no further interpretation may be made in search of the intent of the legislature.
Acts 1987, No. 124, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1988.
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