453. The right of a spouse to support, to a disability pension or to any other benefit of the same nature remains the private property of that spouse; however, all pecuniary benefits derived from these are acquests, if they fall due or are collected during the regime or are payable to that spouse’s heirs and successors at death.
No compensation is due by reason of any amount or premium paid with the acquests or the private property to acquire the support, allowance or other benefits.
1991, c. 64, a. 453; I.N. 2014-05-01.