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Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure Tit. I, Art. 11. Military personnel

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For the purpose of status jurisdiction provided for in Article 10, a person not domiciled elsewhere in this state who is serving in the armed forces of the United States and has been stationed at one or more military installations in this state for at least six months and has resided in the parish where an action has been filed in which he is a party, for at least ninety days immediately preceding the filing of such action, is considered to be a domiciliary of this state and of the parish during the period of his service at such installations.

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