ownership in indivision
- A form of property rights shared by two or more people in Louisiana's civil law, where each person holds an undivided interest in the entire property
- The siblings, who inherited their family home, hold ownership in indivision of the property under Louisiana law.
- The law allows for ownership in indivision, in which each co-owner has a stake in the entire property.
- In the event of multiple inheritors, a property may be subject to ownership in indivision in the context of Louisiana civil law.