Modes of Extinguishing Obligations in Civil Law

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An obligation is a juridical necessity to take, to do, or not to do.

False

Agreements arising from contracts do not need to be made in the tourism, travel, and hospitality industry.

False

The active subject in an obligation is also known as the debtor.

False

The passive subject in an obligation is also known as the debtor.

True

An obligation of the passive subject can include paying damages in case of breach of contract.

True

If the debtor fails to do what is obligated to do, it will be done at the creditor's expense.

False

Quasi-delicts are one of the two sources of obligations according to the text.

False

Contracts involve a meeting of the minds between two persons.

True

Quasi-contracts are based on the principle of unjust enrichment.

True

Negotiurum gestio happens with the consent of the business owner.

False

Quasi-delicts involve damages caused without fault or negligence.

False

The Civil Code classifies obligations into primary and secondary categories.

True

If Juan fails to deliver after demand, he is not liable to pay the penalty.

False

Pedro can ask for the car and the penalty at the same time.

False

Death extinguishes obligations that are purely personal in character, like partnership and agency.

True

Fortuitous event, also known as force majeure or caso fortuito, makes an obligor even more liable for liabilities.

False

An obligor can be held liable for events that could have been foreseen or anticipated.

False

Fortuitous event may have multiple general causes, like only unpredictable events.

False

Preparatory contracts can subsist independently from other contracts.

False

Principal contracts can be fulfilled by themselves.

True

Real contracts require only the consent of the parties for their perfection.

False

Common form contracts require some particular form.

False

Contracts for rendition of service fall under the category of transfer of ownership according to their purpose.

False

Contracts for services fall under the category of things according to their subject matter.

False

A Contract of Adhesion is typically drafted by both parties involved.

False

Mutuality of contracts implies that the validity and performance can be left to the will of only one party.

False

Parties are restricted in stipulating terms and provisions in a contract.

False

Contracts are binding only on the parties involved and their successors-in-interest.

True

All contracts require a specific form prescribed by law for their validity.

False

The obligatory force of contracts means parties can choose not to perform without consequences.

False

Test your knowledge about the modes of extinguishing obligations in Civil Law, as per Article 1232. From payment to novation, explore how obligations can be discharged according to the legal provisions.

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