Louisiana Civil Rights Laws
Below you will find state-specific laws on civil rights in various different contexts, including whether private civil rights actions are permitted, applicable statutes of limitations, and pertinent code provisions. Click on the links below for state-specific civil rights laws.
|Code Section||46:2251, et seq. (Handicapped); 51:2601, et seq. (Housing); 23:301, et seq. (Employment)|
|Agency||Handicapped: None; Housing: Louisiana Dept. of Justice; Employment: None|
|Administrative Preemption||Handicapped: No Housing: No; Employment: No|
|Private Action Permitted?||Handicapped: Yes; Housing: Yes; Employment: Yes|
|Attorney Fees Recoverable by Plaintiff?||Handicapped: Yes; Housing: Yes; Employment: Yes|
|Statute of Limitations||Handicapped: 80 days to 1 yr.; Housing: 1 yr./agency, 2 yrs./private action; Employment: Not specified|
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