Servitudes -- Law & legislation, Intention (Law), Jurisprudence, Louisiana, Law -- France
The article discusses the intent requirement in Louisiana destination law which states that a party claiming predial servitude created by destination must prove the "intent" of the common owner to create the servitude. It analyzes the intent requirement entered into the jurisprudential application of Louisiana civil code and presents a relevant French doctrine on the issue.
Marshall L. Perkins,
The Writing’s on the Wall: The Intent Requirement in Louisiana Destination Law,
73 La. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/lalrev/vol73/iss3/8