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Art. 4864.  Appointment of judge ad hoc when judge recuses himself

A.  When a judge of a parish or city court recuses himself, he shall appoint another judge of the same parish or city court, if that court has more than one division; otherwise, he shall appoint either a parish or city court judge from an adjoining parish or, as judge-ad-hoc, an attorney domiciled in the parish who has the qualifications of a parish or city court judge.

B.  When a justice of the peace recuses himself, he shall appoint another justice of the peace to try the case.

Acts 1979, No. 46, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1980.



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