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Art. 770. Abandonment of servient estate.

A predial servitude is extinguished by the abandonment of the servient estate, or of the part on which the servitude is exercised. It must be evidenced by a written act. The owner of the dominant estate is bound to accept it and confusion takes place.

Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.