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Art. 195. Judicial proceedings in chambers

            The following judicial proceedings may be conducted by the district judge in chambers or by any audio-visual means:

            (1) Hearing on an application by a legal representative for authority, whether opposed or unopposed, and on a petition for emancipation.

            (2) Homologation of a tableau of distribution, or of an account, filed by a legal representative, so far as unopposed.

            (3) Trial of a rule to determine the nonexempt portion of wages, salaries, or commissions seized under garnishment and to direct the payment thereof periodically by the garnishee to the sheriff.

            (4) Examination of a judgment debtor.

            (5) Trial of or hearing on any other action, proceeding, or matter that the law expressly provides may be tried or heard in chambers.

            Amended by Acts 2021, No. 68, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2022.

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