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Rs 13:476 Same; Deposit Made In Registry Of Court; Manner Of Making; Receipt; Withdrawal

§476. Same; deposit made in registry of court; manner of making; receipt; withdrawal

Whenever under a judgment or order of the district judge, or by a court of superior jurisdiction, any of the things set forth in R.S. 13:474 as belonging to minors, interdicts, absentees or persons unknown is to be deposited for safe-keeping, the deposit shall be made in the registry of the court for the parish and district in which the issue or litigation or circumstances arose out of which the deposit became necessary. The deposit shall be made by the clerk of court in the manner directed by the judge of the district, or by the court of superior jurisdiction, accompanied by a certified copy of the order or judgment. He shall require a receipt for the deposit, and he shall file and make due recordation of the deposit in the record of the registry of the court. The deposit when made shall be withdrawn only in accordance with the provisions of the order or judgment of the court having jurisdiction. The delivery when made by the registry of the court under an order or judgment of a judge of the district or by a court of superior jurisdiction shall be a full discharge of all further liabilities on the part of the registry of the court. Duplicate receipts of delivery shall be required and a copy thereof delivered to the clerk of court and inscribed in the record of the registry of the court.

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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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