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Focusing on Louisiana civil law as it applies to Sale and Lease, this convenient resource provides a basic understanding of the subject matter. The Precis format allows for brief, concise explanation of the main points of the civil law, and will prove to be a critical resource for Louisiana practitioners and law students alike. Features At-A-Glance: &bull Thoughtful yet practical analysis by premier scholars in the field &bull Convenient and portable softbound format &bull Appendices with pertinent articles from the Civil Code &bull Appendices of Illustrative Cases &bull Comprehensive Index This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Focusing on Louisiana civil law as it applies to Sale and Lease, this convenient resource provides a basic understanding of the subject matter. The Precis format allows for brief, concise explanation of the main points of the civil law, and will prove to be a critical resource for Louisiana practitioners and law students alike. Features At-A-Glance: • Thoughtful yet practical analysis by premier scholars in the field • Convenient and portable softbound format • Appendices with pertinent articles from the Civil Code • Appendices of Illustrative Cases • Comprehensive Index This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Louisiana Law of Conventional Obligations: A Précis, focuses on the Louisiana Civil Code as it applies to Contracts or Conventional Obligations. This user-friendly book provides a basic understanding of the principles and rules governing the law of contracts. The Précis format allows for a brief and specific explanation of the main issues of the civil law of contracts, and is an essential and original resource for Louisiana law students and the legal profession in general. Features include: • Thoughtful and practical analysis of the relevant Code articles by a premier scholar in the field; • Convenient and portable softbound format; • Appendices with pertinent articles from the Civil Code and Code of Civil Procedure; and • Appendix of Illustrative Cases or Jurisprudence for each chapter covered.
Louisiana Law of Torts is designed to provide a brief overview of tort law generally, and the Louisiana treatment of the most common areas of tort law. It is an essential and original resource for Louisiana law students and the legal profession in general. In addition to the overview materials, this Precis also: • Provides a concise history of Louisiana tort law and its unique background of French, English, Spanish and American sources. • Compares Louisiana tort law with the general American common law, emphasizing some differences (such as parent-child vicarious liability, recovery of mental anguish and consortium damages, liability of providers of alcohol, punitive damages, comparative negligence and the residue of the concept of assumption of risk and also • Compares the concept of "proximate cause" or "legal cause" with Louisiana's "duty/risk" solution of the same problems. • Discusses defamation, right of privacy and the unique Louisiana concept of the insurance direct action statute; and • Includes comprehensive treatment of special claims against providers of services (including malpractice) and makers and sellers of goods.
Any decision about Louisiana collateral, financing, lending, mortgages, guarantees, liens and privileges, and collection procedures must take into account that Louisiana is the only state in the nation with civil law (rather than common law). Louisiana's Civil Code, with rules that trace back to the Napoleonic Code, and related statutes are the key to understanding this area of law. The Precis series of titles provides a comprehensive view of all of these topics and more. Areas covered by Louisiana Law of Security Devices include: • Suretyship and guarantees, including rules pertaining to Louisiana's categories of commercial, legal, and ordinary sureties; • Mortgage lending, including creation of mortgage, the types of Louisiana mortgages (conventional, legal and judicial), necessary provisions for a valid mortgage and desirable provisions for judicial execution on mortgages, and mortgage ranking; • Louisiana's law of registry and public records; • Title examination; • The interrelationship of the U.C.C. with Louisiana mortgage laws; • Securing interests in leases, in a rental income stream, and in leased property; • Judicial and non-judicial foreclosure rules, including the Louisiana Deficiency Judgment Act; • Louisiana liens and privileges, including general privileges as well as special privileges on both movable and immovable property; and • The Louisiana Private Works Act, governing materialmen's liens. Louisiana Law of Security Devices contains, in easy-to-understand, non-legalese language: • A detailed discussion of all of the key Civil Code articles and other statutes • Numerous examples of how these rules interrelate; • Examples of how to resolve complex issues of ranking security devices • Practical "how to" tips for practitioners; and • Warnings of potential traps for the unwary in drafting and negotiating lending documents.

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