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This chapter contains articles on general provisions. The presented articles are: definition of obligation, subject matter of the obligation performance, performance must be legal, performance must be confirmed, good faith, scope of effect of the obligation. An obligation refers to a relationship of rights and obligations for which specific parties can claim specific performance. The subject matter of the obligation refers to the obligor's conduct, including delivering property, transferring rights, paying money, providing labour or service, submitting production, providing resources, non-performance, etc.

Keywords: obligation performance; subject matter



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