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      CCP 4551     


Art. 4551. Judgment

            A. In the judgment of interdiction, the court shall:

            (1) Appoint a curator.

            (2) Appoint an undercurator, unless an undercurator is not required by law.

            (3) State that the powers of the curator commence only upon qualification.

            (4) Direct the clerk of court to record the judgment in the conveyance and mortgage records of the parish where it was rendered.

            (5) Set forth the name, domicile, age, and current address of the defendant.

            B. In addition, a judgment of limited interdiction shall confer upon the limited curator only those powers necessitated by the interests of the limited interdict to be protected through limited interdiction and shall state that the limited interdict retains the capacity of a natural person except as expressly limited by the judgment.

            C. In addition, a judgment granting or extending temporary or preliminary interdiction shall set forth the date of termination.

            Acts 2000, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 25, §3, eff. July 1, 2001; Acts 2016, No. 122, §1.

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