2017 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 13 - Courts and Judicial Procedure
RS 13:2487.4 - Judge ad hoc; compensation

§2487.4. Judge ad hoc; compensation

A. In case of absence, incapacity or recusation of the city judge, a judge ad hoc shall be appointed under the applicable provisions of Articles 4841-4847 of the Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure.

B. The compensation of the judge ad hoc so appointed, which shall be proportionately equal to that of the city judge, shall be payable in the same manner and from the same source as the compensation of the city judge and, except in cases of illness or of recusation, shall be deducted from the compensation of the city judge.

C. The city judge shall be entitled to an annual vacation of thirty days with pay. The judge ad hoc appointed to serve in his place shall be paid an amount proportionate to the salary of the city judge for the time served, payable in equal proportions by the city of Slidell and the police jury of St. Tammany Parish.

Acts 1964, No. 102, §4.

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