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Performance Of Obligation

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This chapter on performance of obligation contains several articles concerning the performance, non-performance and delayed acceptance. The obligee shall, according to the content of the obligation, completely perform the obligation, follow the principle of good faith, and perform the duties of notice, assistance, care and confidence. If the obligor does not perform or cannot perform, or his performance causes damage to the obligee's body or other interests, he shall be responsible for the civil liability according to the agreement or the law. If the obligor's performance does not comply with the content of the obligation and the obligee refuses to accept, it shall not constitute delayed acceptance.

Keywords: civil liability; performance of obligation



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