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Art. 1751. Disguised donations and donations to persons interposed

A donation of property that the donor will leave at his death is absolutely null if it is disguised or made to a person interposed to his spouse.

The following are reputed to be such person interposed:

(1) a child of the donee spouse who is not among the spouses' common children; or

(2) a person to whom the donee spouse is a presumptive successor at the time when the donation is made, even if the donee spouse does not thereafter survive that person.

Acts 2004, No. 619, §1, eff. Sept. 1, 2005.