2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1264 — Creditors' rights on immovable collated in kind.
Art. 1264. Creditors' rights on immovable collated in kind.
When the collation is made in kind, the effects are united to the mass of the succession as they may be burdened with real rights created by operation of law or by onerous title. In such a case, the donee is accountable for the resulting diminution of the value of the immovable.
Amended by Acts 1981, No. 739, §1.
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