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Art. 2379.  Rights of buyer in case of eviction

The purchaser who has been evicted from property sold under a writ of fieri facias shall have his recourse for reimbursement against the judgment debtor and the seizing creditor.  If judgment is obtained against both, the purchaser shall issue execution first against the judgment debtor, and if his judgment remains unsatisfied, he may issue execution against the seizing creditor.  The purchaser's right of reimbursement against the seizing creditor shall be limited to the value received by the seizing creditor from the sheriff's sale conducted to sell the property under the writ of fieri facias.

Acts 2012, No. 19, §1.

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