2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3168 — Ownership of fruits of thing pledged.
Art. 3168. Ownership of fruits of thing pledged.
The fruits of the pledge are deemed to make a part of it, and therefore they remain, like the pledge, in the hands of the creditor; but he can not appropriate them to his own use; he is bound, on the contrary, to give an account of them to the debtor, or to deduct them from what may be due to him.
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