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Art. 32. Forfeiture of peace bond

When the magistrate determines that a breach of peace in violation of a peace bond has been committed, he shall order a forfeiture of the bond and send notice of the forfeiture by certified mail to the defendant and to his surety. If neither the defendant nor his surety appears within fifteen days to contest the forfeiture, the order shall become final and executory.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp32

Art. 32. Forfeiture of peace bond

When the magistrate determines that a breach of peace in violation of a peace bond has been committed, he shall order a forfeiture of the bond and send notice of the forfeiture by certified mail to the defendant and to his surety. If neither the defendant nor his surety appears within fifteen days to contest the forfeiture, the order shall become final and executory.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp32

Art. 32. Forfeiture of peace bond

When the magistrate determines that a breach of peace in violation of a peace bond has been committed, he shall order a forfeiture of the bond and send notice of the forfeiture by certified mail to the defendant and to his surety. If neither the defendant nor his surety appears within fifteen days to contest the forfeiture, the order shall become final and executory.

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