2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3224 — Preservation of property of another.
§4--OF EXPENSES INCURRED FOR THE PRESERVATION
OF THE THING
Art. 3224. Preservation of property of another.
He who, having in his possession the property of another, whether in deposit or on loan or otherwise, has been obliged to incur any expense for its preservation, acquires on this property two species of rights.
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