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Art. 349.8. Satisfaction of judgment of bond forfeiture

A.(1) For bonds that have a face value under fifty thousand dollars, a judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall at any time, within one hundred eighty days after the date of mailing the notice of the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be fully satisfied and set aside upon the surrender of the defendant or the appearance of the defendant. The surrender of the defendant also relieves the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment.

(2) A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond rendered according to this Title shall at any time, within ten days of the one-hundred-eighty-day period provided to surrender the defendant, be satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

B.(1) For bonds with a face value of fifty thousand dollars or more, a judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within one hundred eighty days after the date of mailing the notice of the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be fully satisfied and set aside upon the surrender or the appearance of the defendant. The appearance of the defendant shall satisfy the judgment, and the surrender shall relieve the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment. A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within ten days after the expiration of the period provided to surrender the defendant, be fully satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

(2) A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time more than one hundred eighty days but within two hundred seventy days after the date of mailing the notice for the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be satisfied and set aside upon the surrender or the appearance of the defendant and the payment in cash of ten percent of the face amount of the bond. The surrender and the payment in cash of ten percent of the face amount of the bond shall satisfy the judgment and shall relieve the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment. A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within ten days after the expiration of the two-hundred-seventy-day period provided to surrender the defendant, be fully satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

Acts 2010, No. 914, §1.

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Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp349.8

Art. 349.8. Satisfaction of judgment of bond forfeiture

A.(1) For bonds that have a face value under fifty thousand dollars, a judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall at any time, within one hundred eighty days after the date of mailing the notice of the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be fully satisfied and set aside upon the surrender of the defendant or the appearance of the defendant. The surrender of the defendant also relieves the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment.

(2) A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond rendered according to this Title shall at any time, within ten days of the one-hundred-eighty-day period provided to surrender the defendant, be satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

B.(1) For bonds with a face value of fifty thousand dollars or more, a judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within one hundred eighty days after the date of mailing the notice of the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be fully satisfied and set aside upon the surrender or the appearance of the defendant. The appearance of the defendant shall satisfy the judgment, and the surrender shall relieve the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment. A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within ten days after the expiration of the period provided to surrender the defendant, be fully satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

(2) A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time more than one hundred eighty days but within two hundred seventy days after the date of mailing the notice for the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be satisfied and set aside upon the surrender or the appearance of the defendant and the payment in cash of ten percent of the face amount of the bond. The surrender and the payment in cash of ten percent of the face amount of the bond shall satisfy the judgment and shall relieve the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment. A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within ten days after the expiration of the two-hundred-seventy-day period provided to surrender the defendant, be fully satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

Acts 2010, No. 914, §1.


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Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp349.8

Art. 349.8. Satisfaction of judgment of bond forfeiture

A.(1) For bonds that have a face value under fifty thousand dollars, a judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall at any time, within one hundred eighty days after the date of mailing the notice of the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be fully satisfied and set aside upon the surrender of the defendant or the appearance of the defendant. The surrender of the defendant also relieves the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment.

(2) A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond rendered according to this Title shall at any time, within ten days of the one-hundred-eighty-day period provided to surrender the defendant, be satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

B.(1) For bonds with a face value of fifty thousand dollars or more, a judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within one hundred eighty days after the date of mailing the notice of the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be fully satisfied and set aside upon the surrender or the appearance of the defendant. The appearance of the defendant shall satisfy the judgment, and the surrender shall relieve the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment. A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within ten days after the expiration of the period provided to surrender the defendant, be fully satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

(2) A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time more than one hundred eighty days but within two hundred seventy days after the date of mailing the notice for the signing of the judgment of bond forfeiture, be satisfied and set aside upon the surrender or the appearance of the defendant and the payment in cash of ten percent of the face amount of the bond. The surrender and the payment in cash of ten percent of the face amount of the bond shall satisfy the judgment and shall relieve the surety of all obligations under the bond and the judgment. A judgment forfeiting the appearance bond shall, at any time within ten days after the expiration of the two-hundred-seventy-day period provided to surrender the defendant, be fully satisfied by the payment of the amount of the bail obligation without incurring any interest, costs, or fees.

Acts 2010, No. 914, §1.

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