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Fee simple title

Fee simple title Common-law term referring to ownership of immovable property without any conditions upon the power and authority to alienate, encumber or transfer by inheritance; analogous to "full ownership," where the elements of ownership (right to use, the right to enjoy the fruits and the right to alienate) are in common in one person. La. C.C. art. 477

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