2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1341 — Terms of sale of succession effects where all heirs are absent or minors.
Art. 1341. Terms of sale of succession effects where all heirs are absent or minors.
When the effects of a succession are to be sold, in order to effect a partition, if all the heirs of the deceased are absent, minors or interdicted, the judge may, at the instance of the tutors and curators of these heirs, and on the advice of the family meeting of those of the heirs who are minors or interdicted, order the sale to be made on certain terms of credit and on proper security, unless the payments of the debts of the succession require that the sale be made for cash.
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