2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3267 — Special privileges on immovables and other privileges.
Art. 3267. Special privileges on immovables and other privileges.
If the movables of the debtor are subject to the vendor's privilege, or if there be a house or other work subjected to the privilege of the workmen who have constructed or repaired it, or of the individuals who furnished the materials, the vendor, workmen and furnishers of materials, shall be paid from the price of the object affected in their favor, in preference to other privileged debts* of the debtor, even funeral charges, except the charges for affixing seals, making inventories, and others which may have been necessary to procure the sale of the thing.
*Note error in English translation of French text; "debts" should be "creditors."
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