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49 amds. Act 43, 1886, Sec. 4.

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50 amds. Act 105, 1898, Sec. 1. 845
50 amds. Act 105, 1898, Sec. 3.... 846
50 amds. Act 105, 1898, Sec. 5. 848
50 amds. Act 105, 1898, Sec. 7. 849
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222
58 amds. Act 137, 1894, Sec. .1835
59 amds. Act 136, 1898, Sec. 8. ..1067
61 am:ls. R. S. 932.

421
63 amds. R. S. 3925.

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64

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05

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66 amds. R. S. 910.

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70

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72 amds. R. S. 1114.

574

1492
74

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80 amds. Act 81, E.S. 1877, Sec. 1..1832
86 amds. Act 42, 1900, Sec. 2.. 14
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217
90

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100 amds. Act 125, 1898, Sec. 1. .1223
103

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104 amds. R. S. 276.

75
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113 amds. Act 199, 1898, Sec. 2. .1523
113 amds. Act 199, 1898, Sec. 34. .1536
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432
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139
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234
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125 amds. Act 75, 1880, Secs. 10, 11.1351
130 amds. Act 170, 1898, Sec. 3.. . 1544
130 amds. Act 170, 1898, Sec. 24. .1557
130 amds. Act 170, 1898, Sec. 26. .1559
130 amds. Act 170, 1898, Sec. 90....1589
130 amds. Act 170, 1898, Sec. 91. .1590
132 amds. Act 88, 1900, Sec. 4. 587
132 amds. Act 88, 1900, Sec. 9. 588
133 amds. Act 171, 1898, Sec. 13. ...1704
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135 amds. Act 171, 1898, Sec. 2. 1544
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144 amds. Act 66, 1888, Sec. 2. 1233
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150 amds. Act 192, 1898, Sec. 3. .1442
150 amds. Act 192, 1898, Sec. 4..., 1443
150 amds. Act 192, 1898, Sec. 5. 1444
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154 amds. R. S. 683.

226
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156 amds. R. S. 869.

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160 amds. Act 112, 1890, Sec. 2. 1319
160 amds. Act 112, 1890, Sec. 6.
160 amds. Act 112, 1890, Sec. 8.....1321
161 amds. Act 70, 1900, Sec. 17. .1310
162 amds. R. S. 923..

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164 amds. R. S. 922.

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168 amds. Act 70, 1900, Sec. 4. ..1305
168 amds. Aci 70, 1900, Sec. 10....1307
168 amds. Act 70, 1900, Sec. 12. .1308
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174 amds. Act 131, 1898, Sec. 1. 1656
176 amds. Act 72, 1876, Sec. 2. ..1160
176 amds. Act 72, 1876, Sec. 4. .1161
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178 amds. Act 131, 1898, Sec. 1. .1656
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900
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187 amds. Act 42, 1890, Secs. 4, 5, 6.1173
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189 amds. R. S. 277.

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581
198

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202 ands. R. S. 2743.

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203 amds. R. S. 3373.

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204 amds. R. S. R. S. 691.

232
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211

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214

605
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220 amds. Act 43, 1882, Sec. 8. 175
221 amds. R. S. 1211..

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222 amds. Act 87, 1870, Sec. 1.

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224 amds. R. S. 731.

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226

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227 amds. R. S. 1479.

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REVISED LAWS.

MONITION. [When Applicable.]

2370. The purchasers of property at sheriffs' sales, those made by authority of the court, those made by the syndics of insolvent estates, and finally those of any description which are made by the authority of justice, and all subsequent purchases by a regular chain of title, may protect themselves from eviction of the property so purchased, or from any responsibility as possessors of the same, by pursuing the rules hereinafter prescribed (Act 331, 1855, p. 463).

A judgment rendered on a monition proceeding cannot cure a radical defect in the title of the purchaser of the property at a tax sale. Fix vs. Succession of Dierker, 30 An. 176.

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2371. It shall be the duty of the purchasers, if the purchase has been made within the limits of the city and parish of Orleans, to publish three times, or if the sale has been made out of the limits of the parish and city aforesaid, to publish the same for the space of time and in the manner required for advertising judicial proceedings, a monition calling on all persons who can set up any right to the property, in consequence of informality in the order, decree or judgment of the court, under which the sale was made, or any irregularity or illegality in the appraisement or advertisement, in time and manner of sale, or for any other defect whatsoever, to show cause within thirty days from the day the monition is first inserted in the public papers, why the sale so made should not be confirmed and homologated. [Description of Property.]

2372. This monition shall state the judicial authority under which the sale took place, and shall also contain the same description of the property purchased as that given in the judicial conveyance to the buyer, and shall further declare the price at which the object was bought.

R. S. 2373-2376 [Judges May Grant Monition.]

2373. The judges of the respective courts from which the orders, decrees or judgments may have issued, and in virtue of which the sales ought to be homologated, which have been made, shall, on application of the buyer, grant this monition in the name of the State, and affix to it the seal of the court. [Judgment on Monition.]

2374. At the expiration of the thirty days, the party obtaining the monition may apply to the judge of the court, out of which the monition is issued, to confirm and homologate the sale, and it shall be the duty of the judge in case no cause is shown against the prayer for the monition, to homologate and confirm the judicial sale in question; provided, always, that before he does so confirm it, he shall be fully satisfied that the advertisements have been inserted in the newspapers, as already directed, and that the property has been correctly described, and the price at which it was purchased, truly paid; but in case opposition be made to the homologation, and it should appear that the sale was made contrary to law, it shall then be the duty of the judge to annul it, otherwise to confirm it, as in case no opposition was made. [Effect of Judgment.]

2375. The judgment of the court, on the monition aforesaid, shall be in itself conclusive evidence that the monition has been regularly made and duly advertised, nor shall any evidence be received thereafter to contradict the same, or to prove any irregularity in the proceeding. [As Res Adjudicata.]

2376. The judgment of the court, confirming and homologating the sale, shall have the force of res judicata, and operate as a complete bar against all persons, whether of age or minors, whether present or absent, who may thereafter claim

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