2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 486 — Possessor's right to fruits.
Art. 486. Possessor's right to fruits.
A possessor in good faith acquires the ownership of fruits he has gathered. If he is evicted by the owner, he is entitled to reimbursement of expenses for fruits he was unable to gather.
A possessor in bad faith is bound to restore to the owner the fruits he has gathered, or their value, subject to his claim for reimbursement of expenses.
Acts 1979, No. 180, §1.
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