2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 571 — Security
Art. 571. Security
The usufructuary shall give security that he will use the property subject to the usufruct as a prudent administrator and that he will faithfully fulfill all the obligations imposed on him by law or by the act that established the usufruct unless security is dispensed with. If security is required, the court may order that it be provided in accordance with law.
Acts 1976, No. 103, §1; Acts 2004, No. 158, §1.
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