New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-17 16:15:00 –
The Louisiana Supreme Court has re-extended its own court filing deadline on Friday as the state recovers from the hurricanes “Ida” and “Nicholas.”
Judge John L. Weimer had previously stated that the court deadline would be extended until next Monday. Due to the new order, the deadline for submission to the court will not be until next weekend.
The new deadline is Monday, September 27th.
Governor John Bel Edwards issued two urgent declarations regarding the storm, which Weimer quoted on Friday.
“If all submissions submitted to or due to be submitted to this court between Wednesday, September 1, 2021 and Friday, September 24, 2021, are submitted by Monday, September 27, 2021. It is considered timely, “Wymer wrote. “A party who misses this deadline due to Hurricane Aida or Tropical Storm Nicholas may file a petition for extension, supported by appropriate documentation and discussion.”
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