Art. 2342. Declaration of acquisition of separate property A. A declaration in an act of acquisition that things are acquired with separate funds as the separate property of a spouse may be controverted by the other spouse unless he concurred in the act. It may also be controverted by the forced heirs and the creditors [..]
Category: Division of Property Statutes
Art. 2343. Donation by spouse of interest in community. The donation by a spouse to the other spouse of his undivided interest in a thing forming part of the community transforms that interest into separate property of the donee. Unless otherwise provided in the act of donation, an equal interest of the donee is also [..]
Art. 2343.1. Transfer of separate property to the community. The transfer by a spouse to the other spouse of a thing forming part of his separate property, with the stipulation that it shall be part of the community, transforms the thing into community property. As to both movables and immovables, a transfer by onerous title [..]
Art. 2344. Offenses and quasi-offenses; damages as community or separate property. Damages due to personal injuries sustained during the existence of the community by a spouse are separate property. Nevertheless, the portion of the damages attributable to expenses incurred by the community as a result of the injury, or in compensation of the loss of [..]
Art. 2345. Satisfaction of obligation during community. A separate or community obligation may be satisfied during the community property regime from community property and from the separate property of the spouse who incurred the obligation. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Art. 2346. Management of community property Each spouse acting alone may manage, control, or dispose of community property unless otherwise provided by law. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Art. 2347. Alienation of community property; concurrence of other spouse. A. The concurrence of both spouses is required for the alienation, encumbrance, or lease of community immovables, standing, cut, or fallen timber, furniture or furnishings while located in the family home, all or substantially all of the assets of a community enterprise, and movables issued [..]
Art. 2348. Renunciation of right to concur. A spouse may expressly renounce the right to concur in the alienation, encumbrance, or lease of a community immovable or some or all of the community immovables, or community immovables which may be acquired in the future, or all or substantially all of a community enterprise. He also [..]
Art. 2349. Donation of community property; concurrence of other spouse. The donation of community property to a third person requires the concurrence of the spouses, but a spouse acting alone may make a usual or customary gift of a value commensurate with the economic position of the spouses at the time of the donation. Acts [..]
Art. 2350. Alienation of movable assets of business. The spouse who is the sole manager of a community enterprise has the exclusive right to alienate, encumber, or lease its movables unless the movables are issued in the name of the other spouse or the concurrence of the other spouse is required by law. Acts 1979, [..]