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      CC 1258     


Art. 1258.  Immovables collated in kind; removal by donee of works erected for his pleasure.

As to works made on the estate for the mere pleasure of the donee, no reimbursement is due to him for them; he has, however, the right to take them away, if he can do it without injuring the estate, and leave things in the same situation they were at the time of the donation.

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