2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1286 — Collation of movables or money by taking less; payment in money.
Art. 1286. Collation of movables or money by taking less; payment in money.
If it be movables or money, of which the donee wishes to make the collation by taking less, he has the right of compelling his coheirs to pay themselves the collation due to them in money, and not otherwise, if there be sufficient in the succession to make these payments with.
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