Art. 2351. Alienation of registered movables. A spouse has the exclusive right to manage, alienate, encumber, or lease movables issued or registered in his name as provided by law. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Category: Division of Property Statutes
Art. 2352. Management and disposition of partnership and limited liability company interest A spouse who is a partner has the exclusive right to manage, alienate, encumber, or lease the partnership interest. A spouse who is a member has the exclusive right to manage, alienate, encumber, or lease the limited liability company interest. Acts 1979, No. [..]
Art. 2353. Unauthorized alienation of community property. When the concurrence of the spouses is required by law, the alienation, encumbrance, or lease of community property by a spouse is relatively null unless the other spouse has renounced the right to concur. Also, the alienation, encumbrance, or lease of the assets of a community enterprise by [..]
Art. 2354. Liability for fraud or bad faith. A spouse is liable for any loss or damage caused by fraud or bad faith in the management of the community property. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1.
Art. 2355. Judicial authorization to act without the consent of the other spouse A spouse, in a summary proceeding, may be authorized by the court to act without the concurrence of the other spouse upon showing that such action is in the best interest of the family and that the other spouse arbitrarily refuses to [..]
Art. 2355.1. Judicial authorization to manage the community When a spouse is an absent person, the other spouse, upon showing that such action is in the best interest of the family, may be authorized by the court in a summary proceeding to manage, alienate, encumber, or lease community property that the absent spouse has the [..]
Art. 2356. Causes of termination The legal regime of community property is terminated by the death or judgment of declaration of death of a spouse, declaration of the nullity of the marriage, judgment of divorce or separation of property, or matrimonial agreement that terminates the community. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1; Acts 1990, No. 989, [..]
Art. 2357. Satisfaction of obligation after termination of regime An obligation incurred by a spouse before or during the community property regime may be satisfied after termination of the regime from the property of the former community and from the separate property of the spouse who incurred the obligation. The same rule applies to an [..]
Art. 2358. Claims for reimbursement between spouses A spouse may have a claim against the other spouse for reimbursement in accordance with the following Articles. A claim for reimbursement may be asserted only after termination of the community property regime, unless otherwise provided by law. Acts 1979, No. 709, §1; Acts 1990, No. 991, §1; [..]
Art. 2358.1. Source of reimbursement Reimbursement shall be made from the patrimony of the spouse who owes reimbursement. Acts 1990, No. 991, §1.