2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1261 — Destruction of immovable after election to collate in kind.
Art. 1261. Destruction of immovable after election to collate in kind.
If within the time and in the form prescribed in the chapter which treats of partitions, the donee has made his election to collate in kind the immovable property which has been given to him, and it is afterwards destroyed, without the act or fault of the donee, the loss is borne by the succession, and the donee shall not be bound to collate the value of the property.
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