2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1268 — Collation in kind; retention of immovable until reimbursement of expenses.
Art. 1268. Collation in kind; retention of immovable until reimbursement of expenses.
The donee, who makes the collation in kind of the immovable property given to him, may keep possession of the same until the final reimbursement of the sums to him due for the necessary and useful expenses which he has made thereon, after deducting the amount of the damage the estate has suffered through his fault or neglect, as is before provided.
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