How can I get a Restraining Order?

This Court has jurisdiction to issue restraining orders and injunctions under La. Code of Civil Procedure Article 3601, et seq. A person may seek an injunction against another person in cases where “irreparable injury, loss or damage may otherwise result to the applicant.” The purpose of a restraining order or injunction is to prevent any further abuse. For more details and for understanding on how restraining orders are handled in court, view the Restraining Order page.

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2. How can I get a Restraining Order?
3. How much can I sue for in Civil Court or Small Claims Court?
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5. What is the statute of limitations for filing a Suit?
6. How do I file suit in Small Claims Court?
7. The Court entered a judgment ordering the other party to pay me money. When will I get paid and how long is my judgment good for?
8. Will the Court collect my judgment for me?
9. When can I start collecting my judgment?
10. What is a garnishment?
11. What are interrogatories?
12. What is a Garnishment Judgment?
13. What happens if the judgment gets paid in full?
14. Can all of my earnings (wages) be taken by Garnishment?
15. How do I respond to a Garnishment Citation and Take Notice I received regarding one of my employees?
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