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Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure Tit. V, Art. 1733. Demand for jury trial;  bond for costs

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A. A party may obtain a trial by jury by filing a pleading demanding a trial by jury and a bond in the amount and within the time set by the court pursuant to Article 1734.

B. A motion to withdraw a demand for a trial by jury shall be in writing.

C. The pleading demanding a trial by jury shall be filed not later than ten days after either the service of the last pleading directed to any issue triable by a jury, or the granting of a motion to withdraw a demand for a trial by jury.

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