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Art. 748.  Noninterference by the owner of servient estate.

The owner of the servient estate may do nothing tending to diminish or make more inconvenient the use of the servitude.

If the original location has become more burdensome for the owner of the servient estate, or if it prevents him from making useful improvements on his estate, he may provide another equally convenient location for the exercise of the servitude which the owner of the dominant estate is bound to accept.  All expenses of relocation are borne by the owner of the servient estate.

Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.

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