2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 489 — Apportionment of fruits.
Art. 489. Apportionment of fruits.
In the absence of other provisions, one who is entitled to the fruits of a thing from a certain time or up to a certain time acquires the ownership of natural fruits gathered during the existence of his right, and a part of the civil fruits proportionate to the duration of his right.
Acts 1979, No. 180, §1.
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