2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1353 — Inclusion of property collated in kind.
Art. 1353. Inclusion of property collated in kind.
If the collation is to be made in kind, the officer is bound to include the property collated in the number of the effects of the succession, for its estimated value, which shall have been fixed by experts appointed by the judge, as is said heretofore.
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