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Preservation Of Obligations

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This chapter on preservation of obligations contains several articles concerning the obligee's right of subrogation and obligee's right of revocation. If the obligee's obligatory right cannot been achieved because the obligor performs the monetary obligation to a third party, the obligee can perform the obligor's right in his own name. But it shall not apply if the obligation specifically belongs to the obligor. If the obligee performs the right of subrogation, he shall file a lawsuit. When the obligor disposes of his property without compensation, even if the other party does not know it disadvantaged the obligee's interests, obligee may exercise the right of revocation.

Keywords: right of revocation; right of subrogation



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