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Private Sale of Boat

A current Louisiana registration number must be on all applications for transfer of ownership. In addition to the application , an ORIGINAL notarized bill of sale must be submitted that includes the: registration number hull identification number make and model year of the boat signature of seller and purchaser If the boat is titled, the title must be surrendered If the owner of the boat is deceased, the application must be accompanied by the Judgment of Possession awarding the boat to Heir(s) If there is no succession, the affidavit for transfer of decedent’s boat with a copy of the death certificate must be submitted If the boat is sold by the heir(s), an original notarized bill of sale fr

Authentic Act

A writing executed before a notary public or other officer authorized to perform that function, in the presence of two witnesses and signed by each party who executed it by each witness and by each notary public before who it was executed.

What are Spouse’s rights?

In the event a decedent dies without a valid will while married, Louisiana law provides different treatment for what happens to assets that are “community property” and those assets that are “separate property” of the decedent. Generally, community property assets are things that were acquired during the marriage of the decedent and his or her spouse that jointly belong to the decedent and his or her spouse. Those assets which are not community property are considered separate property assets of the decedent. If the decedent did not have any children, his or her spouse inherits all of decedent’s community property. However, if the deceased spouse is survived by children, the surviving spouse

Apostille

A certificate issued by the appropriate office of a state government (for example, the Governor, Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, etc. depending on the state) for purposes of authenticating a notary's signature and official status as a notary on a particular date. An apostille may be required for a notarized document that is bound for a foreign country that participates in the 1961 Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents. Obtaining an apostille is the responsibility of the document custodian, not the notary.

Acknowledged act

Any act or instrument in writing signed by the parties in the presences of two witnesses and then taken by the party(ies) or the witness(es) before a notary and two witnesses; the original act signed out of the presence of the notary

Boat Registration and Boat/Outboard Motor Title Instructions

Boat Titles (effective August 2009); Outboard Motor Titles (effective May 2011). A title DOES NOT replace registration but is in addition to registration. A title provides ownership, and is required to secure ownership interest when a boat or outboard motor is financed. ALL REQUESTS FOR REGISTRATION/TITLE TRANSACTIONS REQUIRE A COMPLETED APPLICATION ALONG WITH APPLICABLE DOCUMENTATION AS FOLLOWS. FAILURE TO SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION INCLUDING SIGNATURE OF OWNER WILL RESULT IN DELAYED PROCESSING OR DENIAL OF YOUR APPLICATION. ORIGINAL, NOTARIZED DOCUMENTATION THAT DEMONSTRATES THE CHAIN OF OWNERSHIP TO THE APPLICANT MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR ALL BOATS, NEW AND USED. New Application - Required for an

Acquets and gains

A civilian concept referring to the matrimonial regime of community property; acquets means all things acquired, gains is the increase in the value of property through the skill or labor of a person , particularly a spouse See C.C. art. 2338

What are the grounds for a covenant marriage divorce?

The other spouse has committed adultery. The other spouse has committed a felony and has been sentenced to death or imprisonment at hard labor. The other spouse has abandoned the matrimonial domicile for a period of one year and constantly refuses to return. The other spouse has physically or sexually abused the spouse seeking the divorce or a child of one of the spouses. The spouses have been living separate and apart continuously without reconciliation for a period of two years. The spouses have been living separate and apart continuously without reconciliation for a period of one year from the date of the judgment of separation from bed and board was signed. If there is a minor child or c

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