La. Code Civ. Proc. art. 3612

Current with effective changes from the 2022 Legislative Session through Act 776
Section 3612 - Appeals
A. There shall be no appeal from an order relating to a temporary restraining order.
B. An appeal may be taken as a matter of right from an order or judgment relating to a preliminary or final injunction, but such an order or judgment shall not be suspended during the pendency of an appeal unless the court in its discretion so orders.
C. An appeal from an order or judgment relating to a preliminary injunction must be taken, and any bond required must be furnished, within fifteen days from the date of the order or judgment. The court in its discretion may stay further proceedings until the appeal has been decided.
D. Except as provided in this Article, the procedure for an appeal from an order or judgment relating to a preliminary or final injunction shall be as provided in Book III.

La. C.P. § 3612

Acts 2001, No. 512, §1.