2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 616 — Sale or exchange of the property; taxes
Art. 616. Sale or exchange of the property; taxes
When property subject to usufruct is sold or exchanged, whether in an action for partition or by agreement between the usufructuary and the naked owner or by a usufructuary who has the power to dispose of nonconsumable property, the usufruct terminates as to the nonconsumable property sold or exchanged, but as provided in Article 568.1, the usufruct attaches to the money or other property received by the usufructuary, unless the parties agree otherwise. Any tax or expense incurred as the result of the sale or exchange of property subject to usufruct shall be paid from the proceeds of the sale or exchange, and shall be deducted from the amount due by the usufructuary to the naked owner at the termination of the usufruct.
Acts 1983, No. 525, §1; Acts 2010, No. 881, §1, eff. July 2, 2010.
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