2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 697 — Right to establish predial servitudes; limitations.
CHAPTER 4--CONVENTIONAL OR VOLUNTARY SERVITUDES
SECTION 1--KINDS OF CONVENTIONAL SERVITUDES
Art. 697. Right to establish predial servitudes; limitations.
Predial servitudes may be established by an owner on his estate or acquired for its benefit.
The use and extent of such servitudes are regulated by the title by which they are created, and, in the absence of such regulation, by the following rules.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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