2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1272 — Sale by donee and subsequent destruction of immovable subject to collation.
Art. 1272. Sale by donee and subsequent destruction of immovable subject to collation.
If the immovable property which has been given has been sold by the donee, and afterwards is destroyed by accident in the possession of the purchaser, the donee shall only be obliged to collate by taking less the price he received for the sale.
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