2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 738 — No revocation by grantor.
Art. 738. No revocation by grantor.
The grantor may not revoke the servitude on the ground that the person who acquired it for the benefit of the dominant estate was not the owner, that he was incompetent, or that he lacked authority.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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