Art. 594. If the owner makes extraordinary repairs, he has the right to demand from the usufruitier the legal interest on the amount estimated for the duration of the usufruit. If it does not do so if they are essential to the preservation of the cause, usufruit can do them; however, at the end of the usufruit, he has the right to demand from the owner the increase in the value that immobility may have acquired through repairs. (502 bis) v. If the usufruit was alone on the building, the naked owner can rebuild with or without the authorization of the blaze, but he must pay interest on the value of the country and old materials that could have been used. However, if it is the Finder, the usufruit may be entitled to half the treasure according to the hidden treasure rule. The bare owner generally does not have the right to sell the usufruit to another after selling it first to the usufruit, but if he does, the double-selling rules apply to section 599. The usufruit can claim ripe credits that are part of the usufruit if it has given or gives good security. If he has been excused by security or has been able to give it, or if that is not enough, he needs the permission of the owner or the defaulting court to recover these credits. The usufruit who gave security can use the capital he has raised in any way he deems appropriate.

The usufruit, which did not give a guarantee, invests the capital in question by appointment with the owner at interest rates; If such an agreement is not present with the permission of a court; and, in all cases, with sufficient guarantees to preserve the integrity of capital in the usufruit. (507) The usufruitier should also look after the property with the care of a good family man. It is therefore necessary: art. 601. The usufruit is required to inform the owner of any act of a third person of which he may be aware, which may harm property rights, and he is liable, if he does not, for any damage, as if it had been caused by his own fault. (511) Article 612. At the end of the usufruit, the object is delivered in usufruit to the owner, without prejudice to the right of retention of the usufruit or his heirs for the extraordinary taxes and charges that should be repaid. Once the delivery is made, the guarantee or mortgage is cancelled. (522 bis) Art. 580.

Usufruit may result in improvements to the property against any noiset damage. (488) 1. They are required by normal or normal use2. They are necessary for conservation3. They must have taken place during usufruit4. They must have been made with or without the fault of the condition of No. 598. Where the usufruit is made up of an entire estate and the owner has debts at the time of his statutes, the provisions of Articles 758 and 759 concerning donations apply both with regard to the maintenance of the usufruit and the obligation for the usufruit to pay those debts.

The same rule applies when, at the time of the manufacture of the usufruit, the owner is required to make periodic payments, even if there is no known capital. (506) In addition to the right of the naked owner to alienate the property, he can also - a. Build all The Worksb. And make all the improvements. Or plant on it, if rural, but always, such acts should not cause - i.

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