2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 596 — Expenses of litigation; conventional usufruct.
Art. 596. Expenses of litigation; conventional usufruct.
Conventional usufructuaries are bound for expenses of litigation with third persons concerning the enjoyment of the property. Expenses of litigation with third persons concerning both the enjoyment and the ownership are divided equitably between the usufructuary and the naked owner. Expenses of litigation between the usufructuary and the naked owner are borne by the person who has incurred them.
Acts 1976, No. 103, §1.
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