2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 2369.4 — Alienation, encumbrance, or lease prohibited
Art. 2369.4. Alienation, encumbrance, or lease prohibited
A spouse may not alienate, encumber, or lease former community property or his undivided community interest in that property without the concurrence of the other spouse, except as provided in the following Articles. In the absence of such concurrence, the alienation, encumbrance, or lease is a relative nullity.
Acts 1995, No. 433, §1.
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