2011 Louisiana Laws
Civil Code
CC 784 — Boundary; marker.


LA Civ Code 784 What's This?

TITLE VI--BOUNDARIES

CHAPTER I--GENERAL PROVISIONS

Art. 784. Boundary; marker.

A boundary is the line of separation between contiguous lands. A boundary marker is a natural or artificial object that marks on the ground the line of separation of contiguous lands.

Acts 1977, No. 169, §1.

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