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PART III.  ADDRESS CONFIDENTIALITY ACT

§51.  Definitions

As used in this Part, the following terms shall have the meanings hereinafter ascribed to each, unless the context clearly indicates another meaning:

(1)  "Abuse" means causing or attempting to cause physical harm, placing another person in fear of physical harm, or causing another person to engage involuntarily in sexual activity by force, threat of force, or duress, when committed by any of the following:

(a)  A person against such person's spouse.

(b)  A person against such person's former spouse.

(c)  A person residing with the victim if such person and the victim are or were in a dating relationship.

(d)  A person who formerly resided with the victim if such person and the victim are or were in a dating relationship.

(e)  A person against a parent of such person's child, whether or not such person and the victim have been married or resided together at any time.

(f)  A person against a person with whom such person is in a dating relationship.

(g)  A person against a person with whom such person formerly was in a dating relationship.

(h)  A person related to the victim by consanguinity or affinity.

(2)  "Dating relationship" means an intimate or sexual relationship.

(3)  "Physical address" means a residential street address, school address, or work address of a program participant.

(4)  "Program participant" means a person currently certified as a program participant under R.S. 44:52.

(5)  "Sexual assault" means any of the acts defined as crimes in R.S. 14:41, 42, 42.1, 43, 43.1, 43.2, 43.3, and 43.5.

(6)  "Stalking" means the acts defined as crimes in R.S. 14:40.2.

(7)  "Substitute address" means an address designated to a program participant by the secretary of state.

Acts 2006, No. 613, §1.



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