Governor Blanco has issued Executive Order KBB 05-67, extending the suspension of “liberative prescriptive and peremptive periods…statewide until at least Friday, November 25, 2005.”

Any other “suspension of deadlines in legal proceedings…in all courts, administrative agencies, and boards unaffected by Hurricane Rita…shall end as of Tuesday, October 25, 2005.”

The parishes designated as “affected by Hurricane Rita,” and thus still subject to the suspension of “legal deadlines,” are Calcasieu, Cameron, Jefferson Davis, and Vermilion.

The Executive Order defers, as it must, to the Louisiana Supreme Court’s October 3, 2005 Resolution and Temporary Rule (found here)

Even in the affected parishes, the owner of immovable property can reclaim any abandoned leased property “as provided for by law,” and may enter leased property to make necessary repairs.