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The landlord only has to give you 24 hours to vacate under Louisiana statute. If you do not then the landlord must call the constable to remove you and your things. There is no statute of limitations as your rights to the property have been terminated. If the landlord were to accept rent or sign a new lease with you then that would be a different story but unfortunately you are out of luck otherwise and you technically could have been removed prior to this time. The landlord does not legally have to give you more than 24 hours but he/she cannot remove you and your things against your will. The constable must be there to do this.
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