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CC 969: Arts. 969-1074 [Blank]
CC 1075: Arts. 1075 to 1094 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1095: Vacant succession, definition.
CC 1096: Intestate succession, definition.
CC 1097: Vacant succession; administration by administrators.
CC 1098: Arts. 1098, 1099 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1100: Liability for unauthorized possession of vacant succession.
CC 1101: Arts. 1101, 1102 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1103: Repealed by Acts 1980, No. 150, 3, eff. Jan. 1, 1981.
CC 1104: Arts. 1104 to 1112 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1113: Arts. 1113 to 1132 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1133: Arts. 1133 to 1137 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1138: Arts. 1138 to 1145 Repealed by Acts 1980, No. 150, 3, eff. Jan. 1, 1981.
CC 1146: Arts. 1146, 1147 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1148: Interest on succession funds; liability for private use.
CC 1149: Arts. 1149 to 1157 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1158: Arts. 1158 to 1161 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1162: Arts. 1162 to 1170 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1171: Persons authorized to make sale.
CC 1172: Arts. 1172 to 1187 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1188: Unpaid new creditors' action against paid creditors; prescription.
CC 1189: Arts. 1189, 1190 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1191: Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1192: Termination of curator's duties on appearance of heirs.
CC 1193: Arts. 1193 to 1209 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1210: Arts. 1210 to 1219 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1220: Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1221: Arts. 1221 to 1223 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1224: Arts. 1224 to 1226 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1227: Collation, definition.
CC 1228: Collation by descendants.
CC 1229: Reasons for collation.
CC 1230: Presumption in favor of collation.
CC 1231: Express exclusion of collation; extra portion.
CC 1232: Method of declaring dispensation from collation
CC 1233: Sufficiency of declaration.
CC 1234: Reduction of donations exceeding disposable portion; calculation of legitime.
CC 1235: Persons entitled to demand collation
CC 1236: Repealed by Acts 1990, No. 147, 3, eff. July 1, 1990.
CC 1237: Renouncing heir's right to donations not exceeding disposable portion.
CC 1238: Grandchildren; collation of donations made by grandparent after death of parent
CC 1239: Grandchildren; right to donations made by grandparent during life of parent
CC 1240: Grandchildren; collation of donations made by grandparent to parent.
CC 1241: Collation by great grandchildren and more remote descendants.
CC 1242: Collation; succession of donor.
CC 1243: Expenditures subject to collation.
CC 1244: Expenditures not subject to collation.
CC 1245: Manual gifts.
CC 1246: Profits from contracts with ascendant.
CC 1247: Share of partnership with ascendant.
CC 1248: Advantages other than donation.
CC 1249: Wages for services to ascendant.
CC 1250: Immovables destroyed while in possession of donee.
CC 1251: Methods of making collations.
CC 1252: Collation in kind, definition.
CC 1253: Collation by taking less, definition.
CC 1254: Movables or immovables.
CC 1255: Collation of immovables.
CC 1256: Immovables collated in kind; reimbursement for improvements.
CC 1257: Immovables collated in kind; allowance for expenses of preservation.
CC 1258: Immovables collated in kind; removal by donee of works erected for his pleasure.
CC 1259: Kinds of expenses made on immovable property.
CC 1260: Deterioration and damage to immovable, liability of donee.
CC 1261: Destruction of immovable after election to collate in kind.
CC 1262: Partial destruction of immovable after election to collate in kind.
CC 1263: Destruction of immovable after election to collate by taking less.
CC 1264: Creditors' rights on immovable collated in kind.
CC 1265: Preservation of creditor's mortgage rights after partition.
CC 1266: Immovables in excess of disposable portion; collation in kind.
CC 1267: Immovables in excess of disposable portion; collation by taking less.
CC 1268: Collation in kind; retention of immovable until reimbursement of expenses.
CC 1269: Collation by taking less; valuation of immovable.
CC 1270: Voluntary alienation or negligent loss of immovables subject to collation.
CC 1271: Forced alienation of immovables subject to collation.
CC 1272: Sale by donee and subsequent destruction of immovable subject to collation.
CC 1273: Collation by taking less; coheirs' election of collation by sale or in kind.
CC 1274: Failure of coheirs to make timely election.
CC 1275: Payment of collation by sale of succession effects.
CC 1276: Payment of collation with property of succession.
CC 1277: Payment of collation by donee where succession effects insufficient.
CC 1278: Time and security for payment.
CC 1279: Rights of coheirs against defaulting heir; foreclosure of special mortgage.
CC 1280: Privilege of seizing coheirs on proceeds of mortgage sale.
CC 1281: Alienation of immovable by donee by onerous title; creation of real right in immovable by donee or operation of law
CC 1282: Purchaser's retention of immovable upon payment of collations.
CC 1283: Collation of movables.
CC 1284: Donation of movables as absolute transfer of rights.
CC 1285: Collation of money.
CC 1286: Collation of movables or money by taking less; payment in money.
CC 1287: Collation of movables or money by taking less; payment in succession effects.
CC 1288: Payment of collation by donee where succession effects insufficient.
CC 1289: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1290: Extent and application of rules; venue of action.
CC 1291: Venue of action where property partly in different parishes.
CC 1292: Undivided ownership rights until partition.
CC 1293: Partition of a succession, definition.
CC 1294: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1295: Definitive and provisional partitions, definitions.
CC 1296: Definitive and provisional partitions, distinguished.
CC 1297: Stipulations against partition.
CC 1298: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1299: Perpetual prohibition against partition by donor.
CC 1300: Limited or conditional prohibition against partition by donor.
CC 1301: Testator's right to prohibit partition during minority of heirs.
CC 1302: Testamentary partition
CC 1303: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1304: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1305: Prescription where possession is separate.
CC 1306: Prescription where one heir possesses separately and others possess in common.
CC 1307: Partition between heirs and legatees.
CC 1308: Partition between owners in common.
CC 1309: Partition between possessors in common.
CC 1310: Nature of possession required.
CC 1311: Action maintainable by one or more co-owners.
CC 1312: Partition suits by tutors and curators.
CC 1313: Partition suits by emancipated minors.
CC 1314: Defense of suits by tutors, curators and emancipated minors.
CC 1315: Partition suits by curators of absent heirs.
CC 1316: Arts. 1316, 1317 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1318: Partition by or against heir or successor of co-owner.
CC 1319: Retrocession repealed.
CC 1320: Ownership as basis for action of partition.
CC 1321: Separate possession of one co-owner, partition before prescription.
CC 1322: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1323: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1324: Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1325: Inventory within one year of partition suit.
CC 1326: New appraisement.
CC 1327: Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1328: Summary proceeding for action of partition.
CC 1329: Parties plaintiff and defendant.
CC 1330: Plaintiff's admission of defendant's heirship.
CC 1331: Collation in action of partition; time for deliberating.
CC 1332: Election to collate in kind.
CC 1333: Election to collate by taking less; failure to elect.
CC 1334: Appraisement of property to be collated.
CC 1335: Matters incidental to partition; procedure.
CC 1336: Judicial regulation of mode of partition.
CC 1337: Partition in kind; sale of movables to pay debts.
CC 1338: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1339: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1340: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1341: Terms of sale of succession effects where all heirs are absent or minors.
CC 1342: Terms of sale of succession effects where heirs present demand sale for cash.
CC 1343: Partition sale; coheir's right to purchase hereditary portion.
CC 1344: Partition sale; purchase of minor's hereditary portion by tutor or curator.
CC 1345: Reference to recorder or notary for continuation of proceedings.
CC 1346: Amicable continuation of proceedings by heirs.
CC 1347: Notice to parties.
CC 1348: Continuances of proceedings.
CC 1349: Settlement of accounts due by heirs to succession.
CC 1350: Items included in accounts.
CC 1351: Deduction of donations not subject to collation.
CC 1352: Court order as to mode of collation exhibited to officer.
CC 1353: Inclusion of property collated in kind.
CC 1354: Inclusion of value of property collated by taking less.
CC 1355: Formation of active mass.
CC 1356: Composition of active mass.
CC 1357: Deductions from active mass.
CC 1358: Deductions, definition.
CC 1359: Deductions allowed.
CC 1360: Deductions in absence of collation or when collation is in kind.
CC 1361: Deductions, when collation is by taking less.
CC 1362: Coheir's right to take succession effects in payment of collation.
CC 1363: Disagreement among heirs entitled to receive collation in property.
CC 1364: Division into lots according to number of heirs or roots.
CC 1365: Equality in formation of lots.
CC 1366: Equalization by money when one lot more valuable than others.
CC 1367: Formation of lots by experts.
CC 1368: Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1369: Repealed by Acts 1962, No. 70.
CC 1370: Subdivision among coheirs of same root.
CC 1371: Coheirs' proportionate liability for succession debts.
CC 1372: Observance of formalities.
CC 1373: Provisional partitions; persons authorized to demand new partition
CC 1374: Arts. 1374 to 1377 Repealed by Acts 1960, No. 30, 2, eff. Jan. 1, 1961.
CC 1378: Errors of form, effect.
CC 1379: Delivery of property and title papers after partition.
CC 1380: Subsequent discovery of property, amendment of partition.
CC 1381: Repealed by Acts 1990, No. 989, 7, eff. January 1, 1991.
CC 1382: Partition compared to exchange.
CC 1383: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1384: Reciprocal warranty against disturbance or eviction.
CC 1385: Exclusion of warranty.
CC 1386: Eviction through fault of coheir.
CC 1387: Proportionate liability of coheirs.
CC 1388: Amount of indemnity.
CC 1389: Liability of coheirs for portion of insolvent coheir.
CC 1390: Scope of warranty as to corporeal and incorporeal things.
CC 1391: Warranties always implied.
CC 1392: Warranty of solvency of debtor of rent charge, prescription.
CC 1393: Subsequent deterioration or destruction of property.
CC 1394: New debts or charges.
CC 1395: Tacit mortgage abolished.
CC 1396: Prescription of action of warranty.
CC 1397: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1398: Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 689, 1.
CC 1399: Definitive partitions involving minors, interdicts, or absent persons
CC 1400: Provisional partitions involving minors, interdicts, or absent persons
CC 1401: Omission of succession effects not cause for rescission.
CC 1402: Rescission of transactions effecting partition.
CC 1403: Rescission inadmissible after compromise.
CC 1404: Rescission inadmissible against sale of succession rights.
CC 1405: Sale of succession rights to coheir at risk of vendor, rescission inadmissible.
CC 1406: Sale to coheir of immovable rights only, rescission for lesion.
CC 1407: Facts required to obtain rescission for lesion.
CC 1408: Termination of partition suit by defendant's tender.
CC 1409: Amount of tender.
CC 1410: Rescission for fraud or violence inadmissible after alienation.
CC 1411: Rescission inadmissible against partition regulated by father.
CC 1412: Rescission in favor of minor effective for all parties.
CC 1413: Prescription of action of rescission.
CC 1414: Prescription against minors after judicial partition.
CC 1415: Estate debts; administrative expenses
CC 1416: Liability of universal successors to creditors for debts of estate
CC 1417: Reserved]
CC 1418: Successors who are creditors, order of preference
CC 1419: Rights of pursuit of creditor
CC 1420: Regulation of payment of debts by testament or by agreement among successors
CC 1421: Estate debts, charged
CC 1422: Debts attributable to identifiable or encumbered property
CC 1423: Decedent's debts charged ratably
CC 1424: Administration expenses, how charged
CC 1425: Liability of successors for contribution or reimbursement
CC 1426: Classification of receipts and expenditures in absence of controlling dispositions
CC 1427: Reporting and deducting as authorized by tax law
CC 1428: Rights and obligations of usufructuary not superseded
CC 1429: Rights and obligations of income interest in trust not superseded
CC 1467: Methods of acquiring or disposing gratuitously
CC 1468: Donation inter vivos, definition.
CC 1469: Donation mortis causa, definition.
CC 1470: Persons capable of giving or receiving
CC 1471: Capacity to give, time for existence
CC 1472: Capacity to receive, time for existence
CC 1473: Capacity to receive conditional donation, time for existence
CC 1474: Unborn children, capacity to receive
CC 1475: Nullity of donation to person incapable of receiving
CC 1476: Minors; incapacity to make donations, exceptions
CC 1477: Capacity to donate, mental condition of donor
CC 1478: Nullity of donation procured by fraud or duress
CC 1479: Nullity of donation procured through undue influence
CC 1480: Nullity due to fraud, duress, or undue influence; severability of valid provision
CC 1481: Fiduciary appointment, termination
CC 1482: Proof of incapacity to donate
CC 1483: Proof of fraud, duress, or undue influence
CC 1484: Repealed by Acts 1990, No. 147, 3, eff. July 1, 1990.
CC 1485: Repealed by Acts 1990, No. 147, 3, eff. July 1, 1990.
CC 1486: Arts. 1486, 1487 Repealed by Acts 1979, No. 607, 4
CC 1488: Repealed by Acts 1978, No. 362, 1.
CC 1489: Arts. 1489 to 1491 [Blank]
CC 1492: Repealed by Acts 1990, No. 147, 3, eff. July 1, 1990.
CC 1493: Forced heirs; representation of forced heirs
CC 1494: Forced heir entitled to legitime; exception
CC 1495: Amount of forced portion and disposable portion
CC 1496: Permissible burdens on legitime
CC 1497: Disposable portion in absence of forced heirs
CC 1498: Nullity of donation inter vivos of entire patrimony
CC 1499: Usufruct to surviving spouse
CC 1500: Forced portion in cases of judicial divestment, disinherison, or renunciation of succession rights
CC 1501: Repealed by Acts 1997, No. 706, 1.
CC 1502: Inability to satisfy legitime by usufruct or income interest in trust only
CC 1503: Reduction of excessive donations
CC 1504: Reduction of donations, exclusive right of forced heirs
CC 1505: Calculation of disposable portion on mass of succession
CC 1506: Reserved]
CC 1507: Reduction of legacies before donations inter vivos, order of reduction
CC 1508: Reduction of donations inter vivos
CC 1509: Insolvency of a donee
CC 1510: Remunerative donations, extent of reduction
CC 1511: Onerous donation, extent of reduction
CC 1512: Retention of fruits and products of donation by donee until demand for reduction
CC 1513: Reduction in kind when property is owned by the donee or successors by gratuitous title; effects of alienation by donee
CC 1514: Usufruct of surviving spouse affecting legitime; security
CC 1515: Restoration of fruits of excessive donation.
CC 1516: Immovables subject to real rights.
CC 1517: Alienations by donee; return of value.
CC 1518: Action for reduction against donee or successors by gratuitous title.
CC 1519: Impossible, illegal or immoral conditions.
CC 1520: Substitutions and fidei commissa.
CC 1521: Vulgar substitutions; simultaneous death
CC 1522: Separate donations of usufruct and naked ownership.
CC 1523: Gratuitous, onerous and remunerative donations; definitions.
CC 1524: Onerous donation.
CC 1525: Remunerative donation.
CC 1526: Onerous and remunerative donations, when rules applicable.
CC 1527: Charges or conditions imposed by donor.
CC 1528: Donation of future property, nullity.
CC 1529: Donation conditional on will of donor, nullity.
CC 1530: Donation conditional on payment of future or unexpressed debts and charges, nullity.
CC 1531: Donation reserving right of disposition.
CC 1532: Donations excepted from Articles 1528-1531.
CC 1533: Donation or reservation of usufruct.
CC 1534: Stipulation for right of return to donor.
CC 1535: Right of return, effect.
CC 1536: Donation of immovables or incorporeals, form required.
CC 1537: Donation of immovables, feigned delivery ineffective.
CC 1538: Donation of movables, form required.
CC 1539: Manual gift.
CC 1540: Donations effective from date of acceptance.
CC 1541: Corporeal possession in lieu of acceptance.
CC 1542: Acceptance in person or by attorney.
CC 1543: Acceptance during life of donee.
CC 1544: Acceptance by heir after death of donee, nullity.
CC 1545: Repealed by Acts 1974, No. 89, 2.
CC 1546: Unemancipated minor, persons authorized to accept.
CC 1547: Interdict, acceptance by curator.
CC 1548: Deaf persons, method of acceptance
CC 1549: Hospitals, charitable and other institutions; acceptance by administrators.
CC 1550: Effect of acceptance.
CC 1551: Property acquired subject to existing charges
CC 1552: Universal donee, liability for debts of donor
CC 1553: Particular donees, proportionate liability for debts of donor
CC 1554: Recordation of donation and acceptance of immovable property
CC 1555: Repealed by Acts 1974, No. 89, 2
CC 1556: Recordation of donations to incapables or to public establishments
CC 1557: Persons entitled to plead non-recordation
CC 1558: Recourse of incapables for non-recordation
CC 1559: Causes for revocation or dissolution
CC 1560: Revocation for ingratitude
CC 1561: Revocation of ingratitude; prescription, parties
CC 1562: Revocation for ingratitude, effect on prior encumbrances or alienations by donee
CC 1563: Revocation for ingratitude, restoration of value and fruits
CC 1564: Donations in consideration of marriage, revocability for ingratitude
CC 1565: Dissolution for non-fulfillment of suspensive condition
CC 1566: Non-fulfillment of potestative conditions; suit to dissolve
CC 1567: Revocation or dissolution for non-execution of condition; prescription
CC 1568: Revocation or rescission for non-execution of condition
CC 1569: Revocation or dissolution, donee's liability for fruits.
CC 1570: Testaments; form
CC 1571: Testaments with others or by others prohibited
CC 1572: Testamentary dispositions committed to the choice of a third person
CC 1573: Formalities
CC 1574: Forms of testaments
CC 1575: Olographic testament
CC 1576: Notarial testament
CC 1577: Requirements of form
CC 1578: Notarial testament; testator literate and sighted but physically unable to sign
CC 1579: Notarial testament; testator unable to read
CC 1580: Notarial testament in braille form
CC 1580.1: Deaf or deaf and blind notarial testament; form; witnesses
CC 1581: Persons incompetent to be witnesses
CC 1582: Effect of witness or notary as legatee
CC 1583: Certain designations not legacies
CC 1584: Kinds of testamentary dispositions
CC 1585: Universal legacy
CC 1586: General legacy
CC 1587: Particular legacy
CC 1588: Joint or separate legacy
CC 1589: Lapse of legacies
CC 1590: Testamentary accretion
CC 1591: Accretion of particular and general legacies
CC 1592: Accretion among joint legatees
CC 1593: Exception to rule of testamentary accretion
CC 1594: Reserved]
CC 1595: Accretion to universal legatee
CC 1596: Accretion to intestate successors
CC 1597: Loss, extinction, or destruction of property given
CC 1598: Right of legatees to fruits and products
CC 1599: Payment of legacies, preference of payment
CC 1600: Particular legacies; preference of payment
CC 1601: Preference of payment among particular legacies
CC 1602: Discharge of an unsatisfied particular legacy
CC 1603: Reserved]
CC 1604: Discharge of legacies, limitation of liability
CC 1605: Probate of testament
CC 1606: Testator's right of revocation
CC 1607: Revocation of entire testament by testator
CC 1608: Revocation of a legacy or other testamentary provision
CC 1609: Revocation of juridical act prior to testator's death
CC 1610: Other modifications
CC 1611: Intent of testator controls
CC 1612: Preference for interpretation that gives effect
CC 1613: Mistake in identification of object bequeathed
CC 1614: Interpretation as to after-acquired property
CC 1615: Contradictory provisions
CC 1616: Legacy to creditor
CC 1724: Right of parents and ascendants to partition property among descendants.
CC 1725: Method of making partition
CC 1726: Partition by act inter vivos, formalities.
CC 1727: Testamentary partitions, formalities.
CC 1728: Property not included in partition.
CC 1729: Necessity for partition to include all descendants.
CC 1730: Limitation in relation to disposable portion.
CC 1731: Action to rescind partition, payment of costs.
CC 1732: Tender by defendant in action of rescission.
CC 1733: Donation of extra portion not affected by rescission.
CC 1734: Donations inter vivos by marriage contract; effect as to unborn children.
CC 1735: Donations by marriage contract stipulated to take effect at donor's death.
CC 1736: Extent of irrevocability of donation by marriage contract.
CC 1737: Donation of present and future property with annexed statement of donor's debts, rights of donee.
CC 1738: Obligations of donee in absence of donor's statement of debts.
CC 1739: Presumed acceptance of donation by marriage contract.
CC 1740: Nullity of donation in default of marriage.
CC 1741: Failure of donation to spouse by survival of donor.
CC 1742: Reduction of donations to disposable portion.
CC 1743: Reciprocal donations between spouses.
CC 1744: Donations by marriage contract of present property, survivorship of donee.
CC 1745: Donations by marriage contract of present or future property.
CC 1746: Disposable portion between spouses.
CC 1747: Emancipated minor, capacity to give by marriage contract.
CC 1748: Unemancipated minor, authorization to give by marriage contract.
CC 1749: Repealed by Acts 1942, No. 187, 4.
CC 1750: Irrevocability of donations, effect of birth of children
CC 1751: Repealed by Acts 1978, No. 627, 5; Acts 1979, No. 709, 2.
CC 1752: Repealed by Acts 1990, No. 147, 3, eff. July 1, 1990.
CC 1753: Repealed by Acts 1918, No. 238, 1.
CC 1754: Disguised donations or through persons interposed prohibited.
CC 1755: Donees considered as persons interposed.
CC 1756: Obligations; definition
CC 1757: Sources of obligations
CC 1758: General effects
CC 1759: Good faith
CC 1760: Moral duties that may give rise to a natural obligation
CC 1761: Effects of a natural obligation
CC 1762: Examples of circumstances giving rise to a natural obligation
CC 1763: Definition
CC 1764: Effects of real obligation
CC 1765: Heritable obligation
CC 1766: Strictly personal obligation
CC 1767: Suspensive and resolutory condition
CC 1768: Expressed and implied conditions
CC 1769: Unlawful or impossible condition
CC 1770: Condition that depends on the whim or the will of the obligor
CC 1771: Obligee's right pending condition
CC 1772: Fault of a party
CC 1773: Time for fulfillment of condition that an event shall occur
CC 1774: Time for fulfillment of condition that an event shall not occur
CC 1775: Effects retroactive
CC 1776: Contract for continuous or periodic performance
CC 1777: Express or implied term
CC 1778: Term for performance
CC 1779: Term presumed to benefit the obligor
CC 1780: Renunciation of a term
CC 1781: Performance before end of term
CC 1782: If the obligor is insolvent
CC 1783: Impairment or failure of security
CC 1784: Term for performance not fixed
CC 1785: Performance on term
CC 1786: Several, joint, and solidary obligations
CC 1787: Several obligations; effects
CC 1788: Joint obligations for obligors or obligees
CC 1789: Divisible and indivisible joint obligation
CC 1790: Solidary obligations for obligees
CC 1791: Extinction of obligation by performance
CC 1792: Remission by one obligee
CC 1793: Interruption of prescription
CC 1794: Solidary obligation for obligors
CC 1795: Solidary obligor may not request division; action against one obligor after action against another
CC 1796: Solidarity not presumed
CC 1797: Solidary obligation arising from different sources
CC 1798: Obligation subject to condition or term
CC 1799: Interruption of prescription
CC 1800: Solidary liability for damages
CC 1801: Defenses that solidary obligor may raise
CC 1802: Renunciation of solidarity
CC 1803: Remission of debt to or transaction or compromise with one obligor
CC 1804: Liability of solidary obligors between themselves
CC 1805: Enforcement of contribution
CC 1806: Insolvency of a solidary obligor
CC 1807: Conjunctive obligation
CC 1808: Alternative obligation
CC 1809: Choice belongs to the obligor
CC 1810: Delay in exercising choice
CC 1811: Obligor may not choose part of one item
CC 1812: Impossibility or unlawfulness of one item of performance
CC 1813: Impossibility or unlawfulness of all items of performance
CC 1814: Obligor's liability for damages
CC 1815: Divisible and indivisible obligation
CC 1816: Effect of divisible obligation between single obligor and obligee
CC 1817: Effects of divisible obligation among successors
CC 1818: Effects of indivisible obligations between more than one obligor or obligee
CC 1819: Effect of indivisible obligation among successors
CC 1820: Solidarity is not indivisibility
CC 1821: Assumption by agreement between obligor and third person
CC 1822: Third person bound for amount assumed
CC 1823: Assumption by agreement between obligee and third person
CC 1824: Defenses
CC 1825: Definition
CC 1826: Effects
CC 1827: Conventional subrogation by the obligee
CC 1828: Conventional subrogation by the obligor
CC 1829: Subrogation by operation of law
CC 1830: Effects of legal subrogation
CC 1831: Party must prove obligation
CC 1832: Written form required by law
CC 1833: Authentic act
CC 1834: Act that fails to be authentic
CC 1835: Authentic act constitutes full proof between parties and heirs
CC 1836: Act under private signature duly acknowledged
CC 1837: Act under private signature
CC 1838: Party must acknowledge or deny signature
CC 1839: Transfer of immovable property
CC 1840: Copy of authentic act
CC 1841: Copy of recorded writing
CC 1842: Confirmation
CC 1843: Ratification
CC 1844: Effects of confirmation and ratification
CC 1845: Confirmation of donation
CC 1846: Contract not in excess of five hundred dollars
CC 1847: Debt of a third person and debt extinguished by prescription
CC 1848: Testimonial or other evidence not admitted to disprove a writing
CC 1853: Judicial confession
CC 1854: Extinction by performance
CC 1855: Performance by a third person
CC 1856: Valid transfer of object of performance
CC 1857: Performance rendered to the obligee
CC 1858: Lack of capacity of obligee
CC 1859: Performance in violation of seizure
CC 1860: Quality of thing to be given
CC 1861: Partial performance
CC 1862: Place of performance
CC 1863: Expenses
CC 1864: Imputation by obligor
CC 1865: Imputation to debt not yet due
CC 1866: Payment imputed to interest
CC 1867: Imputation by obligee
CC 1868: Imputation not made by the parties
CC 1869: Offer to perform and deposit by obligor
CC 1870: Notice as tender
CC 1871: Deposit of things by obligor
CC 1872: Sale of a thing and deposit of proceeds
CC 1873: Obligor not liable when failure caused by fortuitous event
CC 1874: Fortuitous event that would have destroyed object in hands of obligee
CC 1875: Fortuitous event
CC 1876: Contract dissolved when performance becomes impossible
CC 1877: Fortuitous event that has made performance impossible in part
CC 1878: Fortuitous event after obligor performed in part
CC 1879: Extinguishment of existing obligation
CC 1880: Novation not presumed
CC 1881: Objective novation
CC 1882: Subjective novation
CC 1883: No effect when obligation is invalid
CC 1884: Security for extinguished obligation
CC 1885: Novation of solidary obligation
CC 1886: Delegation of performance
CC 1887: Discharge of any prior obligor does not affect security
CC 1888: Express or tacit remission
CC 1889: Presumption of remission
CC 1890: Remission effective when communication is received by the obligor
CC 1891: Release of real security
CC 1892: Remission granted to sureties
CC 1893: Compensation extinguishes obligations
CC 1894: Obligation not subject to compensation
CC 1895: Obligations not to be performed at the same place
CC 1896: Rules of imputation of payment
CC 1897: Compensation extinguishes obligation of surety
CC 1898: Compensation between obligee and solidary obligor
CC 1899: Rights acquired by third parties
CC 1900: Assignment by obligee
CC 1901: Compensation by agreement
CC 1902: Compensation by judicial declaration
CC 1903: Union of qualities of obligee and obligor
CC 1904: Obligation of the surety
CC 1905: Solidary obligations
CC 1906: Definition of contract
CC 1907: Unilateral contracts
CC 1908: Bilateral or synallagmatic contracts
CC 1909: Onerous contracts
CC 1910: Gratuitous contracts
CC 1911: Commutative contracts
CC 1912: Aleatory contracts
CC 1913: Principal and accessory contracts
CC 1914: Nominate and innominate contracts
CC 1915: Rules applicable to all contracts
CC 1916: Rules applicable to nominate contracts
CC 1917: Rules applicable to all kinds of obligations
CC 1918: General statement of capacity
CC 1919: Right to plead rescission
CC 1920: Right to require confirmation or rescission of the contract
CC 1921: Rescission of contract for incapacity
CC 1922: Fully emancipated minor
CC 1923: Incapacity of unemancipated minor; exceptions
CC 1924: Mere representation of majority; reliance
CC 1925: Noninterdicted person deprived of reason; protection of innocent contracting party by onerous title
CC 1926: Attack on noninterdicted decedent's contracts
CC 1927: Consent
CC 1928: Irrevocable offer
CC 1929: Expiration of irrevocable offer for lack of acceptance
CC 1930: Revocable offer
CC 1931: Expiration of revocable offer
CC 1932: Expiration of offer by death or incapacity of either party
CC 1933: Option contracts
CC 1934: Time when acceptance of an irrevocable offer is effective
CC 1935: Time when acceptance of a revocable offer is effective
CC 1936: Reasonableness of manner and medium of acceptance
CC 1937: Time when revocation is effective
CC 1938: Reception of revocation, rejection, or acceptance
CC 1939: Acceptance by performance
CC 1940: Acceptance only by completed performance
CC 1941: Notice of commencement of performance
CC 1942: Acceptance by silence
CC 1943: Acceptance not in accordance with offer
CC 1944: Offer of reward made to the public
CC 1945: Revocation of an offer of reward made to the public
CC 1946: Performance by several persons
CC 1947: Form contemplated by parties
CC 1948: Vitiated consent
CC 1949: Error vitiates consent
CC 1950: Error that concerns cause
CC 1951: Other party willing to perform
CC 1952: Rescission; liability for damages
CC 1953: Fraud may result from misrepresentation or from silence
CC 1954: Confidence between the parties
CC 1955: Error induced by fraud
CC 1956: Fraud committed by a third person
CC 1957: Proof
CC 1958: Damages
CC 1959: Nature
CC 1960: Duress directed against third persons
CC 1961: Duress by third person
CC 1962: Threat of exercising a right
CC 1963: Contract with party in good faith
CC 1964: Damages
CC 1965: Lesion
CC 1966: No obligation without cause
CC 1967: Cause defined; detrimental reliance
CC 1968: Unlawful cause
CC 1969: Cause not expressed
CC 1970: Untrue expression of cause
CC 1971: Freedom of parties
CC 1972: Possible or impossible object
CC 1973: Object determined as to kind
CC 1974: Determination by third person
CC 1975: Output or requirements
CC 1976: Future things
CC 1977: Obligation or performance by a third person
CC 1978: Stipulation for a third party
CC 1979: Revocation
CC 1980: Revocation or refusal
CC 1981: Rights of beneficiary and stipulator
CC 1982: Defenses of the promisor
CC 1983: Law for the parties; performance in good faith
CC 1984: Rights and obligations will pass to successors
CC 1985: Effects for third parties
CC 1986: Right of the obligee
CC 1987: Right to restrain obligor
CC 1988: Judgment may stand for act
CC 1989: Damages for delay
CC 1990: Obligor put in default by arrival of term
CC 1991: Manners of putting in default
CC 1992: Risk devolves upon the obligor
CC 1993: Reciprocal obligations
CC 1994: Obligor liable for failure to perform
CC 1995: Measure of damages
CC 1996: Obligor in good faith
CC 1997: Obligor in bad faith
CC 1998: Damages for nonpecuniary loss
CC 1999: Assessment of damages left to the court
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