2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3519 — Status of natural persons; general principle
TITLE II. STATUS
Art. 3519. Status of natural persons; general principle
The status of a natural person and the incidents and effects of that status are governed by the law of the state whose policies would be most seriously impaired if its law were not applied to the particular issue.
That state is determined by evaluating the strength and pertinence of the relevant policies of the involved states in the light of: (1) the relationship of each state, at any pertinent time, to the dispute, the parties, and the person whose status is at issue; (2) the policies referred to in Article 3515; and (3) the policies of sustaining the validity of obligations voluntarily undertaken, of protecting children, minors, and others in need of protection, and of preserving family values and stability.
Acts 1991, No. 923, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1992.
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