CC 707     

Art. 707.  Servitudes; apparent or nonapparent.

Predial servitudes are either apparent or nonapparent.  Apparent servitudes are those that are perceivable by exterior signs, works, or constructions; such as a roadway, a window in a common wall, or an aqueduct.

Nonapparent servitudes are those that have no exterior sign of their existence; such as the prohibition of building on an estate or of building above a particular height.

Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.