In this Note, Anais M. Jaccard explores the decision of the Louisiana Supreme Court in South Lafourche Levee District v. Jarreau, 2016-0788, p. 20 (La. 3/31/17); 217 So. 3d 298, 311, holding that the 2006 amendments to the Louisiana Constitution entitle a landowner whose property is seized for flood protection projects to the fair market value of the property appropriated for hurricane prevention projects but not for any resulting economic or business losses.

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