2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 600 — Disposition of animals.
Art. 600. Disposition of animals.
The usufructuary may dispose of individual animals of the herd, subject to the obligation to deliver to the naked owner at the end of the usufruct the value that the animals had at the time of disposition.
The usufructuary may also dispose of the herd or of a substantial part thereof, provided that he acts as a prudent administrator. In such a case, the proceeds are subject to the provisions of Article 618.
Acts 1976, No. 103, §1.
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