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Rs 23:291.1 Certificate Of Employability

§291.1. Certificate of employability

A.(1) Any judge presiding over a reentry division of court created pursuant to R.S.

13:5401 shall issue a temporary certificate of employability to an offender under the

intensive supervision of the reentry division of court.

(2) Any judge presiding over a reentry division of court created pursuant to R.S.

13:5401 shall issue a permanent certificate of employability to an offender who has

successfully completed his sentence under R.S. 13:5401.

B.(1) A temporary certificate of employability shall be deemed null and void if the

offender fails to successfully complete his sentence under R.S. 13:5401 and is revoked from

probation.

(2) A certificate of employability shall be deemed null and void if the offender is

convicted of any felony offense subsequent to the issuance of the certificate of employability.

C. Any employer, general contractor, premises owner, or other third party shall not

be subject to a cause of action for negligent hiring of or failing to adequately supervise an

offender certified to be employed due to damages or injury caused by that employee or

independent contractor solely because that employee or independent contractor has been

previously convicted of a criminal offense.

D. Nothing in this Subsection shall affect the vicarious liability of the employer

pursuant to Civil Code Article 2320.

E. The provisions of this Section shall not supersede the provisions of R.S. 17:15.

Acts 2016, No. 538, §1.

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Local Government
Louisiana
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John Bel Edwards
John Bel Edwards
January 11, 2016 -
Democratic
1-225-342-4404
900 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, LA, 70802

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