Notice

to all users:

This project is no longer under active development. Louisiana Civil Code articles have not been updated to reflect legislative changes since Februrary 23, 2011. Use at your own risk. Please also note that our URL has changed and update your bookmark accordingly.

What

is civilco.de?

Civilco.de is a legal reference web application built to quickly retreive articles from, or find terms within, the Louisiana Civil Code. Because it does not contain Comments or Notes on Decisions, it is intended to be used only to look up the text of articles and not for in-depth legal research.

How

do I use it?

Input your search query into the field above and hit Enter. Queries can be in any of the following formats: article numbers ("462"), article ranges ("1906-1917"), or individual terms ("antichresis"). Multiple queries must be separated by commas, and any combination of formats can be employed simultaneously ("1-13, 2315, delict"). Spaces are ignored.

Who

made it?

This web application was built by Joshua Doguet, who, during his time in law school, realized that the other online Civil Code references were poorly designed for student use, both typographically and functionally, which made preparing for class or studying for exams incredibly tedious. Because it provides instantaneous search results that are displayed on a single page, users of this site need not navigate back and forth between results and content or manage a panoply of browser tabs.

By using civilco.de, you acknowledge that you have read and agreed to its Terms of Use.

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Conditions of Use

By using civilco.de ("Website"), the user acknowledges that he or she has read, understands, and agrees to all of the following terms and conditions. These terms and conditions may be revised at any time without notice, and, as such, it is incumbent upon the user to be aware of these terms of use.

Disclaimer

Website is not a legal resource. All content on Website is provided only for informational purposes and is not in any way intended to be reliable for use as a legal resource. Further, Joshua Doguet ("Operator") makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or for information found by following any link provided within this site. Operator may not be held legally liable for any errors or omissions in this information or for the availability of this information. As previously noted, this project is no longer under active development. Louisiana Civil Code articles have not been updated to reflect legislative changes since Februrary 23, 2011. Use at your own risk.

Limitation of Liability

Operator may not be held legally liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information nor any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of information arrived at through external links, whether complained in torts, contract, or any other legal theory. Further, Operator may not be held legally liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of Website nor any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of websites arrived at through external links, whether complained in torts, contract, or any other legal theory.

Third Party Websites

In addition to the above, Website does not endorse any third party websites to which it may link. If you visit a third party website, you do so at your own risk.

Privacy

Operator does not share personal information with third-parties, nor does Operator track or in anyway record for storage personally identifiable information.

Choice of Forum

In the event of any legal action against Website and Operator with regards to the Terms of Use herein, suit must be brought in a competent jurisdiction within the state of Louisiana.

Severability

If any clause herein is ruled to be unenforceable or void, the remaining clauses are understood to be enforceable notwithstanding the severed, unenforceable, and void clause.