CCP 283     

Art. 283.  Orders and judgments which may be signed by district court clerk

A.  The clerk of a district court may sign any of the following orders or judgments:

(1)  An order or judgment effecting or evidencing the doing of any of the acts authorized in Article 282;

(2)  An order for the issuance of executory process, of a writ of attachment or of sequestration, or of garnishment process under a writ of fieri facias, attachment, or of sequestration; the release under bond of property seized under a writ of attachment or of sequestration; or to permit the filing of an intervention;

(3)  An order for the execution of a probated testament; the affixing of seals; the taking of an inventory; the public sale of succession property to pay debts, on the written application of the succession representative accompanied by a list of the debts of the succession; the advertisement of the filing of a tableau of distribution or of an account by a legal representative; or requiring a legal representative to file an account; or

(4)  An order to permit a party to institute and prosecute, or to defend, a suit without the payment of costs, under the provisions of Articles 5181 through 5188.

B.  When an order signed by the clerk requires the services of a notary, the clerk shall appoint the notary suggested by the party obtaining the order.

Acts 2010, No. 175, §1.