Civil Code of the State of Louisiana: Preceded by the Treaty of Cession with France, the Constitution of the United States of America, and of the State
a citizen of Louisiana, 1825 - Civics - 714 pages
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absent heirs accept acquired action administration age of majority alimony appointed attorney bed and board belong bound buyer cause cession CHAPTER child claim co-heirs collation commendam consent contract creditors curator damages debt debtor deceased declared deposit discharge dispositions donation inter vivos dowry duty effects established execution expiration father favour give given husband immoveables inheritance interdicted inventory judge lease legacy legatee liable manner marriage ment minor mortgage mother moveables nature necessary notary notary public obligation owner paid parties partner partnership payment perty portion possession preceding article prescribed prescription principal privilege proprietor purchaser quasi-contract received redhibition renounced rescision respect rules SECTION seisin seller servitude slaves solido stipulated subrogated surety territory of Orleans testament thing sold third person tion tutor tutorship unless usufruct usufructuary vacant succession wife witnesses