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Art. 4643.  Appointment of attorney for incompetent when interests conflict

In any partition of property, whether in kind or by licitation, and whether judicial or conventional, of which an incompetent is a co-owner, and the interests of the incompetent conflict with those of his legal representative, undertutor, or undercurator, as the case may be, the court shall appoint an attorney at law to represent and act for the incompetent in the partition.  If two or more incompetent co-owners whose interests conflict have the same legal representative, undertutor, or undercurator, the court shall appoint an attorney at law to represent and act for each of these incompetents in the partition.

For the purposes of the partition, the attorney at law so appointed shall act in lieu of, and has all of the power and authority of, the legal representative, undertutor, or undercurator referred to in the first paragraph hereof.

Added by Acts 1962, No. 92, §6.



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