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Art. 24. Kinds of persons
There are two kinds of persons: natural persons and juridical persons.
A natural person is a human being. A juridical person is an entity to which the law attributes personality, such as a corporation or a partnership. The personality of a juridical person is distinct from that of its members.
Art. 47. Curator of an absent person\'s property
An absent person is one who has no representative in this state and whose whereabouts are not known and cannot be ascertained by diligent effort.
When an absent person owns property in this state, the court may, upon petition of any interested party and a showing of necessity, appoint a curator to manage the property of the absent person.
Art. 48. Powers, rights, and duties of curator
The curator has power of administration and disposition over the property of the absent person as provided by legislation.
When the absent person is a spouse in community, the curatorship is limited to his separate property.
the absent person of his capacity to make juridical acts. Nevertheless, his acts of disposition of immovable property ... Acts of administration or disposition made by the curator after ... www.la-notary.com/civil/civil1_1.html
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