§35.1. National guard equipment and personnel; removal and demolition of condemned property
A. At the request of the governing authority of a municipality or parish and subject to the approval of the governor, the adjutant general may assign national guard personnel and equipment to assist a municipality or parish with the demolition and removal of condemned buildings, structures, and public nuisances. The provisions of this Section shall be applicable when the budget for the demolition and removal of condemned structures has been expended by the governing authority of a municipality or parish. The request must be in writing and must be accompanied by documentation that all procedural protections and substantive restraints, relative to the removal and demolition of dangerous buildings, structures, or public nuisances, have been adhered to by the municipality or parish.
B. In the event all procedural protections and substantive restraints have been adhered to by the governing authority, the municipality or parish and their personnel and the national guard and their personnel shall not be liable to the owner of the building, structure, or public nuisances for any damages sustained resulting from the demolition of the building, structure, or public nuisances.
Acts 1992, No. 236, §1.