2020 Louisiana Laws
Civil Code
Art. 3534. Immovables situated in another state

Universal Citation: LA Civ Code art. 3534 (2020)

Except as otherwise provided in this Title, testate and intestate succession to immovables situated in another state is governed by the law that would be applied by the courts of that state.

If the deceased died domiciled in this state and left at least one forced heir who at the time was domiciled in this state, the value of those immovables shall be included in calculating the disposable portion and in satisfying the legitime.

Acts 1991, No. 923, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 1992.

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