2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3271 — Vendor's privilege on immovables, recordation.
CHAPTER 7--HOW PRIVILEGES ARE
PRESERVED AND RECORDED
Art. 3271. Vendor's privilege on immovables, recordation.
The vendor of an immovable only preserves his privilege on the object, when he has caused to be duly recorded at the office for recording mortgages, his act of sale, in the manner directed hereafter, whatever may be the amount due to him on the sale.
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