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MANDEVILLE - property transfers, Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 2016

Mandeville Property Transfers Biron St. 2347: $189,500, Taylor Randle Jones to Christopher H. Mazur. Bluewater Drive 1212: $318,000, Ventures Trust 2013-I-H-R to Francine Garcia Gilliland. Cedarwood Drive 419: $98,500, Jack A Branch Jr. and Shelly J. Branch to Jordan A. Schiffer. Delta Drive 270: $500,000, Charles F. Chehardy to Robert D. Thibault and Leah Green Thibault. Edgewater Drive 7134: $440,000, Michael J. Medeiros and Catherine P. Medeiros to Jamie C. Schneider and Heather D. Schneider. Elmwood St. 202: donation, no value stated, Ronald B. Pierce and Audrey L. Pierce to Paula Pierce Johnson. Falcon Drive 28: $630,000, James R. Diefenthal and Patricia C. Diefenthal to Michael J. Gonz

Governor tours revamped mental health campus in Mandeville

MANDEVILLE, La. -- When Tom Rowan looks across St. Tammany's new Safe Haven Campus for Behavioral Health, he sees opportunities he desperately wished he'd had as an alternative to attempting suicide. "I was 46 years old before I got into recovery myself and there's no telling how many years might have been removed from that misery had there been the kind of resources and intervention tools that are going to be available here," said Rowan, who is now working as a substance abuse specialist with the St. Tammany chapter of the National Alliance for Mental Illness. On Tuesday, Governor John Bel Edwards put his own eyes on the property and its potential. He applauded parish leaders for seeing p

Bond-for-deed contract

A contract regarding immovable property where-by the vendor agrees to transfer title to the property when the purchase price is paid in full; the vendee is usually given possession during the existence of the contract.

Appointment of Notaries

TITLE 35 NOTARIES PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONERS CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS §1. Appointment of notaries public The governor may appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, and upon their meeting the qualifications for office provided for in this Title, notaries public in the different parishes. Amended by Acts 1964, No. 359, §1; Acts 1964, No. 359, §1; Acts 1966, No. 539, §1; Acts 1976, No. 677, §1; Acts 1977, No. 451, §1; Acts 2008, No. 856

Antichresis

A pledge of property "when the security given consists of immovables." A written contract by which the debtor pledges the revenues of an immovable to the creditor as security for a debt. La. C.C arts. 3135, 3179. The creditor acquires by the contract of antichresis "the right of reaping the fruits or other revenues of the immovable to him given in pledge, on condition of deducting annually their proceeds from the interests, if any be due him and afterwards from the principal of his debt." La C.C art 3176

Affidavit

A declaration or statement of facts personally known to the affiant reduced in writing and sworn to by the affiant before a notary.

DONATIONS INTER VIVOS - Part 1

CHAPTER 5 - DONATIONS INTER VIVOS SECTION 1 - GENERAL DISPOSITIONS Arts. 1523-1525. [Blank] Art. 1526. The rules peculiar to donations inter vivos do not apply to a donation that is burdened with an obligation imposed on the donee that results in a material advantage to the donor, unless at the time of the donation the cost of performing the obligation is less than two-thirds of the value of the thing donated. [Acts 2008, No. 204, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2009] Art. 1527. The rules peculiar to donations inter vivos do not apply to a donation that is made to recompense for services rendered that are susceptible of being measured in money unless at the time of the donation the value of the services is

Act Of Donation

http://lcco.law.lsu.edu/?uid=52&ver=en CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL DISPOSITIONS Art. 1467. Property can neither be acquired nor disposed of gratuitously except by donations inter vivos or mortis causa, made in one of the forms hereafter established. [Acts 2008, No. 204, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2009] Art. 1468. A donation inter vivos is a contract by which a person, called the donor, gratuitously divests himself, at present and irrevocably, of the thing given in favor of another, called the donee, who accepts it. [Amended by Acts 1871, No. 87; Acts 2008, No. 204, §1, eff. Jan. 1, 2009] Art. 1469. A donation mortis causa is an act to take effect at the death of the donor [Last Will & Testament] by which he d

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