Louisiana Law of Property: A Précis
Louisiana Law of Property: A Précis, focuses on the Louisiana Civil Code as it applies to Property Law. This user-friendly book provides a basic understanding of the principles and rules governing the law of property. The Précis format allows for a brief and specific explanation of the main issues of the civil law of contracts, and is an essential and original resource for Louisiana law students and the legal profession in general.
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Corporeal and Incorporeal things
FRUITS AND MERE PRODUCTS
POSSESSION IN GENERAL
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