Louisiana Consumer Laws
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Every now and then, we consumers can feel a little out-gunned in the marketplace. But as it turns out, the Bayou State has quite a few legal protections in place. Louisiana’s consumer laws are intended to safeguard citizens in commercial transactions, and protect them from financial harm. These statutes can cover everything from elaborate pyramid schemes to simple telemarketing hassles. They may even allow you to keep your house if you need to file for bankruptcy. This section will provide you with resources and information on Louisiana-specific laws regulating consumer scams, identity theft, lemon laws, and more.
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