2015 Louisiana Laws
CC 1848 - Testimonial or other evidence not admitted to disprove a writing
Art. 1848. Testimonial or other evidence not admitted to disprove a writing
Testimonial or other evidence may not be admitted to negate or vary the contents of an authentic act or an act under private signature. Nevertheless, in the interest of justice, that evidence may be admitted to prove such circumstances as a vice of consent or to prove that the written act was modified by a subsequent and valid oral agreement.
Acts 1984, No. 331, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1985; Acts 2012, No. 277, §1.
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