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Law on obligations and contracts by hector de leon summary

Civil obligations arising from criminal offences shall be governed by criminal laws, subject to the provisions of Article 2177 and the relevant provisions of Chapter 2 of the Working Title on Human Relations and Title XVIII of this Book, which governs damages. Obligations arising from contracts have the force of law between the contracting parties and must be complied with in good faith. Obligations arising from quasi-contracts are subject to the provisions of Chapter 1, Title XVII, of this book. An obligation is a legal necessity to give, to do or not to do. Did you ask a homework question? Our verified tutors can answer everything from basic math to advanced rocket science! Obligations under the Act are not presumed. Only those expressly provided for by this Act or by special laws shall be enforceable and shall be governed by the provisions of the law establishing them; and which is not provided for by the provisions of this book. Sorry, the preview is currently not available. You can download the document by clicking on the button above.

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