§2564.2. Parish court judges; reimbursement for travel and hotel expenses
A. A parish court judge of any parish court which has or hereafter has a judicial expense fund, may be reimbursed actual traveling and hotel expenses incurred in the discharge of his official duties from such fund upon the warrant of the judge alone, provided that sufficient monies are available in the fund to provide for such reimbursement. The supreme court, by rule, shall define the conditions under which such reimbursements will be made. No reimbursement shall be made for round trips of less than ten miles from the judge's bona fide residence to the place or places where he performs the official duties of his office.
B. The provisions of Subsection A of this Section shall apply to any parish court presently in existence or hereafter established.
Added by Acts 1980, No. 472, §1.