CCP 3656     

Art. 3656.  Same; parties; venue

A.  A plaintiff in a possessory action shall be one who possesses for himself.  A person entitled to the use or usufruct of immovable property, and one who owns a real right therein, possesses for himself.  A predial lessee possesses for and in the name of his lessor, and not for himself.

B.  The possessory action shall be brought against the person who caused the disturbance, and in the venue provided by Article 80(A)(1), even when the plaintiff prays for a judgment for the fruits and revenues of the property, or for damages.

Acts 2010, No. 185, §1.