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Art. 2292.  Privilege of creditor on seized property; successive seizures

A.  To the extent not otherwise governed under Chapter 9 of the Louisiana Commercial Laws (R.S. 10:9-101, et seq.), a seizing creditor, by the mere act of seizure, acquires a privilege on the property seized, which entitles him to a preference over ordinary creditors.

B.  When several seizures of the same property are made by ordinary creditors, the seizing creditors acquire a privilege and are entitled to a preference among themselves according to the order of their seizures.

Acts 1989, No. 137, §18, eff. Sept.  1, 1989.

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