2015 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 13 - Courts and Judicial Procedure
RS 13:4941 - Purchasers who may protect themselves from eviction by monition
PART IX. MONITIONS AND PROCEEDINGS THEREON
§4941. Purchasers who may protect themselves from eviction by monition
The purchasers of property at sheriffs' sales, those made by authority of the court, those made by the syndics of insolvent estates, and finally those of any description which are made by the authority of justice, and all subsequent purchasers by a regular chain of title, may protect themselves from eviction of the property so purchased, or from any responsibility as possessors of the same, by pursuing the rules prescribed in R.S. 13:4942 through 13:4951.
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