Related to Redhibitory: lis pendens, yoke, Quanti minoris


a.1.(Civil Law) Of or pertaining to redhibition; as, a redhibitory action or fault.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(165) Without explicit reference to current Civil Code article 1921, its restitutionary principle has been linked imaginatively to a plaintiffs recovery of benefits in a redhibitory action.
(106.) See Philippe Malinvaud, Redhibitory Defects and Their Importance in Contemporary Society, 50 TUL.
(9) For this same reason, in the barter or truck contract, and in the cases in which they could be applied to the contract of sale, there may be loss of rights, redhibitory action, and the "quantominoris." (10) Things may also be bartered when they have not come into existence yet but in hopes of when they do, because they can also be bought and sold like this, as proved in Argument 340, and as long as there is nothing against it.
The purchaser's case asserted a "redhibitory vice"--an old type of civil claim.
These defects are known as redhibitory defects, and in Dixie Building Material Co.
Although the cases in this Comment rely primarily on the claims arising from the tortious acts of third parties, one of the first claims to be considered in cases of hidden damages to property at or near the time of a sale is the breach of the warranty against redhibitory defects.
(106) Purchasers of property in Louisiana receive a specific protection in the form of a warranty against redhibitory defects in Louisiana Civil Code article 2520.
Unfortunately, many people are left without a remedy due to their own careless contract drafting, but unlike the Subsequent Purchaser Doctrine, there is no clear and available tortfeasor to place liability on in a redhibitory action.
Some subsequent purchasers may be able to bring a claim for a hidden defect or damage against the former landowner under Louisiana's warranty against redhibitory defect article.