2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 42 — Public officers and employees
RS 42:261.3 — Execution of personal judgments against public officials
§261.3. Execution of personal judgments against public officials
Personal judgments for sums of money rendered against present or former public officers or employees of the state or their estates for acts or omissions in the course of public employment shall not become executory until ninety days after the close of the next regular legislative session following the time such judgments become final, or until such time as the Legislature appropriates funds therefor, whichever occurs first, provided, the provisions of this Section shall not affect any special fund or funds created for the payment of special benefits.
For purposes of this section, a judgment becomes final, if appealed from, as provided by Articles 2166 and 2167 of the Code of Civil Procedure or, if there is no appeal taken from such judgment, after the delay for a devolutive appeal therefrom has elapsed.
Added by Acts 1978, No. 136, §1, eff. June 26, 1978.
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