In this article, you will get an overview of drone laws in Louisiana. Familiarizing yourself with these regulations will allow you to operate drones safely and legally in Louisiana.
Drone laws in Louisiana pertain to a variety of issues such as – where and how you can fly them, who is eligible to operate, and what activities are allowed or prohibited.
According to this bill,
Under this rule, State law supersedes and preempts any rule, regulation, code, or ordinance of any political subdivision or other units of local government.
This law counts the act of video voyeurism as the unlawful use of a UAS. Video voyeurism pertains to observing, viewing, photographing, filming, or videotaping a person without their consent.
Allows the use of UAS for agricultural commercial operations subject to regulations and licensing requirements:
The validity of licenses and registrations is for three years and may be renewed for additional three-year periods as per rules adopted by the commissioner.
Understanding and adhering to these laws is essential for the safe and responsible use of drones within a particular city, town, municipality, or county in Louisiana.
This rule prohibits the use of drones in all parks owned by the Audubon Nature Institute.
Note: Louisiana drone laws are subject to change. The information on this page is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for legal advice. For more information on drone laws in Louisiana, visit the FAA’s website, the official websites of the respective departments, or consult an attorney.
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