2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 807 — Right to partition; exclusion by agreement
Art. 807. Right to partition; exclusion by agreement
No one may be compelled to hold a thing in indivision with another unless the contrary has been provided by law or juridical act.
Any co-owner has a right to demand partition of a thing held in indivision. Partition may be excluded by agreement for up to fifteen years, or for such other period as provided in R.S. 9:1702 or other specific law.
Acts 1990, No. 990, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1991; Acts 1991, No. 349, §1.
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