2018 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 24 - Legislature and Laws
RS 24:253.1 - Alphabetical or numerical sequence of laws
§253.1. Alphabetical or numerical sequence of laws
A. Whenever a law defines terms, enumerates provisions or items, or otherwise sets forth provisions of law in a numerical or alphabetical listing or sequence, and such provision, as enacted or amended, fails to establish or fails to maintain an existing alphabetical or numerical sequence, the Louisiana State Law Institute, in preparing the printer's copy as provided for by R.S. 24:252, shall rearrange and renumber or redesignate the provisions to the extent necessary to place all of them in consistent order.
B. This requirement is in addition to any other authority granted to the Louisiana State Law Institute in the preparation of printer's copy, particularly by R.S. 24:253.
Added by Acts 1982, No. 130, §1.