2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 470 — Incorporeal immovables.
Art. 470. Incorporeal immovables.
Rights and actions that apply to immovable things are incorporeal immovables. Immovables of this kind are such as personal servitudes established on immovables, predial servitudes, mineral rights, and petitory or possessory actions.
Acts 1978, No. 728, §1.
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