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Louisiana Revised Statutes. Title 3. Agriculture and Forestry. Chapter 18. Animals Running at Large. Part V. Dog License Tax. 2771. Dogs not to run at large

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Citation: LA R.S. 3:2771

Citation: LSA-R.S. 3:2771


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Summary:  

This Louisiana law states that no person shall permit any dog in his or her possession to run at large on any unenclosed land, or trespass upon any enclosed or unenclosed lands of another.



Statute in Full:

 

No person shall suffer or permit any dog in his possession, or kept by him about his premises, to run at large on any unenclosed land, or trespass upon any enclosed or unenclosed lands of another.

HISTORICAL AND STATUTORY NOTES

2003 Main Volume

Source:

Acts 1918, No. 239, § 1.
 


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