Art. 2369.6. Alienation, encumbrance, or lease of movable assets of former community enterprise The spouse who is the sole manager of a former community enterprise may alienate, encumber, or lease its movables in the regular course of business. Acts 1995, No. 433, §1.
Category: Division of Property Statutes
Art. 2369.7. Court authorization to act alone A spouse may be authorized by the court in a summary proceeding to act without the concurrence of the other spouse, upon showing all of the following: (1) The action is necessary. (2) The action is in the best interest of the petitioning spouse and not detrimental to [..]
Art. 2369.8. Right to partition; no exclusion by agreement; judicial partition A spouse has the right to demand partition of former community property at any time. A contrary agreement is absolutely null. If the spouses are unable to agree on the partition, either spouse may demand judicial partition which shall be conducted in accordance with [..]
Art. 2370. Separation of property regime. A regime of separation of property is established by a matrimonial agreement that excludes the legal regime of community of acquets and gains or by a judgment decreeing separation of property. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Art. 2371. Management of property. Under the regime of separation of property each spouse acting alone uses, enjoys, and disposes of his property without the consent or concurrence of the other spouse. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Art. 2372. Necessaries. A spouse is solidarily liable with the other spouse who incurs an obligation for necessaries for himself or the family. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Art. 2373. Expenses of the marriage. Each spouse contributes to the expenses of the marriage as provided in the matrimonial agreement. In the absence of such a provision, each spouse contributes in proportion to his means. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Art. 2374. Judgment of separation of property A. When the interest of a spouse in a community property regime is threatened to be diminished by the fraud, fault, neglect, or incompetence of the other spouse, or by the disorder of the affairs of the other spouse, he may obtain a judgment decreeing separation of property. [..]
Art. 2375. Effect of judgment A. Except as provided in Paragraph C of this Article, a judgment decreeing separation of property terminates the regime of community property retroactively to the day of the filing of the petition or motion therefor, without prejudice to rights validly acquired in the interim between filing of the petition or [..]
Art. 2376. Release of inferior mortgages The sheriff shall give the purchaser a release from the security interest, mortgage, lien, or privilege of the seizing creditor, and from all inferior security interests, mortgages, liens, and privileges, and he shall direct the recorder of mortgages or proper filing officer to cancel their inscriptions in so far [..]