2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 751 — Destruction of dominant or of servient estate.
SECTION 5--EXTINCTION OF PREDIAL SERVITUDES
Art. 751. Destruction of dominant or of servient estate.
A predial servitude is extinguished by the permanent and total destruction of the dominant estate or of the part of the servient estate burdened with the servitude.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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