OLD TEXTS MODIFIED BY THE LAW OF JUNE 17, 2008
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OLD TEXTS MODIFIED BY THE LAW OF JUNE 17, 2008

CIVIL CODE
Section III: Prescription by ten and twenty years

Article 2265

Anyone who acquires a building in good faith and with good reason prescribes ownership by ten years if the true owner lives within the jurisdiction of the court of appeal in the extent of which the building is located; and by twenty years, if he is domiciled outside the said jurisdiction.

Article 2266

If the real owner has had his domicile at different times, within the jurisdiction and outside the jurisdiction, to complete the prescription, it is necessary to add to what is lacking in the ten years of presence, a number of years of absence double that which is missing, to complete the ten years of presence.

Article 2267

The null title by default of form, cannot be used as basis for the prescription of ten and twenty years.

Article 2268

Good faith is always presumed, and it is up to whoever alleges bad faith to prove it.

Article 2269

It is sufficient that good faith existed at the time of the acquisition.

Article 2270

(Law n ° 67-3 of January 3, 1967 Official Journal of January 4, 1967 in force on July 1, 1967)
 
(Law n ° 78-12 of April 1, 1978 Official Journal of January 5, 1979 in force on January 1, 1979)
   Any natural or legal person whose liability may be incurred by virtue of articles 1792 to 1792-4 of this code is discharged of the responsibilities and guarantees weighing on him, in application of articles 1792 to 1792-2, after ten years from the date of acceptance of the works or, in application of article 1792-3, at the expiry of the period referred to in this article.

Article 2270-1

(Law n ° 85-677 of July 5, 1985 art. 38 Official Journal of July 6, 1985 in force on January 1, 1986)
 
(Law n ° 98-468 of June 17, 1998 art. 43 Official Journal of June 16, 1998)
   Actions in extracontractual civil liability are prescribed by ten years from the manifestation of the damage or its aggravation.
When the damage is caused by torture and barbaric acts, violence or sexual assault committed against a minor, the civil liability action is prescribed by twenty years.
 

LEGAL RESEARCH

 

tract are prescribed by ten years from the manifestation of the damage or its aggravation.
When the damage is caused by torture and barbaric acts, violence or sexual assault committed against a minor, the civil liability action is prescribed by twenty years.

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