2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3166 — Ownership of thing pledged.
Art. 3166. Ownership of thing pledged.
Until the debtor be divested from his property (if it is the case), he remains the proprietor of the pledge, which is in the hands of the creditor only as a deposit to secure his privilege on it.
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