ART. 1813 - (Assignment of partner's interest to an assignee) A conveyance by a partner of his whole interest in the partnership does not of itself dissolve the partnership, or, against the other partners in the absence of agreement, entitle the assignee, during the continuance of the partnership, to interfere in the management or administration of the partnership business or affairs, or to require any information or account of partnership transactions, or to inspect the partnership books; but it merely entitles the assignee to receive in accordance with his contract the proﬁts to which the assigning partner would otherwise be entitled.
However, in case of fraud in the management of the partnership, the assignee may avail himself of the usual remedies.
In case of a dissolution of the partnership, the assignee is entitled to receive his assignor’s interest and may require an account from the date only of the last account agreed to by all the partners.
ART. 1814 - (Judgment of a court charging a partner's interest for the payment of his debt.) On due application to a competent court by any judgment creditor of a partner, the court which entered the judgment, or any other court, may charge the interest of the debtor partner with payment of the unsatisﬁed amount of such judgment debt with interest thereon; and may then or later appoint a receiver of his share of the proﬁts, and of any other money due or to fall due to him in respect of the partnership, and make all other orders, directions, accounts and inquiries which the debtor partner might have made, or which circumstances of the case may require.
The interest charged may be redeemed at any time before foreclosure, or in case of a sale being directed by the court, may be purchased without thereby causing a dissolution: (1) With separate property, by any one or more of the partners; or (2) With partnership property, by any one or more of the partners with the consent of all the partners whose interests are not so charged or sold. Nothing in this Title shall be held to deprive a partner of his right, if any, under the exemption laws, as regards his interest in the partnership.