2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1292 — Undivided ownership rights until partition.
Art. 1292. Undivided ownership rights until partition.
When a person, at his decease, leaves several heirs, each of them becomes an undivided proprietor of the effects of the succession, for the part or portion coming to him, which forms among the heirs a community of property, as long as it remains undivided.
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