Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure Tit. V, Art. 3421. Small successions defined

A small succession, within the meaning of this Title, is the succession or the ancillary succession of a person who at any time has died and the decedent's property in Louisiana has a gross value of one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars or less valued as of the date of death or, if the date of death occurred at least twenty years prior to the date of filing of a small succession affidavit as authorized in this Title, leaving property in Louisiana of any value.


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