§2562.26. Parish courts; Jefferson Parish; destruction of useless records
A. The clerk of court may, upon consent of the judge or of the majority of judges in the jurisdictions with several divisions and with authorization from the state archivist as provided in R.S. 44:411, destroy records of any of the following judicial proceedings when such records have been deemed by the presiding judge or judges to have no further use or value: suits on open accounts, tort suits, suits on unsecured notes, suits on promissory notes, suits on chattel mortgages, and suits for eviction of tenants and occupants. However, such proposed destruction shall be authorized only when ten years have elapsed from the last date of action on the record or records.
B. No cause of action shall exist against any clerk or judge for the destruction of such records in accordance with the provisions of this Section.
Acts 2008, No. 625, §2; Acts 2012, No. 101, §1, eff. May 11, 2012.