> By prescription, one acquires ownership and other real rights through the lapse of time in the manner and under the action laid down by law
> All things within the commerce of men are susceptible of prescription, unless otherwise provided
> Acquisitive prescription—ordinary or extraordinary
> Ordinary prescription—requires possession of things in good faith and with just title for the time fixed by law; possession of 10 years
> Extraordinary prescription—uninterrupted adverse possession thereof within 30 years without need of title or of good faith
> Good faith—consists in the reasonable belief that the person from whom he received the thing was the owner thereof, and he could transmit his ownership