Louisiana Revised Statutes Tit. 13, § 4741. Proceeding by parish, municipality, etc.;  approval by State Bond and Tax Board

No petition in relation to any plan for the readjustment of its debts by any parish, municipality, political subdivision, public board or public corporation, taxing district, or other agency of the state shall be received and filed in any court of bankruptcy of the United States, unless accompanied by the written approval of the State Bond and Tax Board,  1 created at the 1935, 2nd Extra Session of the legislature, and no such plan of readjustment shall be put into temporary effect or finally confirmed by the courts of bankruptcy or carried into effect if already confirmed, without the written approval of the State Bond and Tax Board of such plans.

1 Acts 1935, 2nd Ex.Sess., No. 6 created the State Bond and Tax Board.  The powers, functions and duties of the State Bond and Tax Board have been transferred to and vested in the State Bond Commission.  See R.S. 39:1408.

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