2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 3525 — Termination of community; immovables in another state acquired by a spouse while domiciled in this state
Art. 3525. Termination of community; immovables in another state acquired by a spouse while domiciled in this state
Upon the termination of the community between spouses, either of whom is domiciled in this state, their rights and obligations with regard to immovables situated in another state acquired during marriage by either spouse while domiciled in this state, which would be community property if situated in this state, shall be determined in accordance with the law of this state. This provision may be enforced by a judgment recognizing the spouse's right to a portion of the immovable or its value.
Acts 1991, No. 923, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1992.
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