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Louisiana Revised Statutes Tit. 25, § 284. Commission as body politic;  powers

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The Lafayette Parish Law Library Commission is created a body politic with the right to sue and be sued, to acquire any and all property necessary for its maintenance and operation by all lawful means, to incur debt in anticipation of its revenues, to accept gifts and donations, to establish rules and regulations for the conduct of its affairs, to employ a librarian, to require bond for the handling of its funds in an amount to be determined by it;  provided, however, the commission shall operate entirely within the framework of the revenues to be derived as provided for herein and the library shall not become a charge on the public funds of the parish of Lafayette, city of Lafayette or state of Louisiana.

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