2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 768 — Confusion; separate and community property.
Art. 768. Confusion; separate and community property.
Confusion does not take place between separate property and community property of the spouses. Thus, if the servient estate belongs to one of the spouses and the dominant estate is acquired as a community asset, the servitude continues to exist.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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