2017 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 13 - Courts and Judicial Procedure
RS 13:2562.4 - Limitations on civil jurisdiction

§2562.4. Limitations on civil jurisdiction

This court shall not have jurisdiction in civil matters involving successions or probate matters; where a succession is the defendant; in divorce proceedings; in matters concerned with adoption, emancipation, interdiction, or filiation of persons; when the state, parish, or other political subdivision, as defined in R.S. 13:5101 et seq., is a party defendant; where title to real estate is involved; in election contests; where a federal or state law or a parish or municipal ordinance is sought to be invalidated; over any matters which under the laws of this state are under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court; where the action is against an officer or employee of the state, a state agency, or a political subdivision arising out of the discharge of his official duties or within the course and scope of his employment, or where the suit is otherwise subject to the provisions of R.S. 13:5104.

Acts 1966, No. 5, §2, eff. June 9, 1966, at 1:45 P.M. Amended by Acts 1990, No. 361, §2, eff. Jan 1, 1991; Acts 2004, No. 26, §7; Acts 2004, No. 121, §1, eff. July 4, 2004.

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