2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3226 — Right of preference against creditors.
Art. 3226. Right of preference against creditors.
Finally, he who has incurred these expenses has a privilege against these same creditors, by virtue of which he has preference over them out of the price of the thing sold, for the amount of such necessary charges as he shall have incurred for its preservation. This is the privilege in question in the present paragraph.
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