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Q: Were these passed? 2014 Louisiana Laws Revised Statutes TITLE 32 - Motor Vehicles and Traffic Regulation RS 32:1741

Immobilization Laws on booting.

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A: Yes, Louisiana Revised Statutes § 32:1741, which was passed in 2014, is still the law in Louisiana. It regulates the immobilization of motor vehicles by booting on private property. The law requires that property owners have a written contract with a booting company in order to boot vehicles on their property. It also requires that booting companies display their name, address, and phone number on their vehicles in plain view. The law also prohibits booting companies from booting vehicles that are parked in handicapped spaces, vehicles that are owned by government agencies, and vehicles that are used for emergency services. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.

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