Call the Pro Bono Project. They might be able to help you. Oral leases in Louisiana ARE VALID. In my opinion, once your formal, written lease ended you formed a new oral lease for 30 days. His removal of your property was an eviction and a violation of that lease. But, that is just my opinion.
There are several local pro bono organizations that may be able to help you. But, do not delay! There are time requirements! That is to say, you only have so much time to sue your land lord.
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