2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 42 — Public officers and employees
RS 42:185 — Acceptance of sureties to be unanimous; appeal
§185. Acceptance of sureties to be unanimous; appeal
The acceptance of the sureties offered upon the bond of any public officer must be unanimous. On the refusal to accept any surety, the district judge shall have the power, upon application made in vacation or in term time, to compel the officials whose duty it is to accept the sureties to show cause why they should not accept them. In all such cases these officials shall, upon demand by the party complaining, certify their decision and evidence upon which it is based to the judge who shall decide thereon immediately; and from his decision and order in the premises there shall be no appeal.
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