Louisiana Civil Code Tit. VIII, Art. 366. Judicial emancipation

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A court may order for good cause the full or limited emancipation of a minor sixteen years of age or older.  Full judicial emancipation confers all effects of majority on the person emancipated, unless otherwise provided by law.  Limited judicial emancipation confers the effects of majority specified in the judgment of limited emancipation, unless otherwise provided by law.

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