2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1269 — Collation by taking less; valuation of immovable.
Art. 1269. Collation by taking less; valuation of immovable.
When the donee has elected to collate the immovable property given him by taking less on the part which comes to him from the succession, the collation must be made according to the value which the immovable property had at the opening of the succession, a deduction being made for the expenses incurred thereon, in conformity with what has been heretofore prescribed.
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