Unit IV: Different Kinds of Obligations

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What kind of obligation is passed on from one person to another and grows as it goes?

Pure obligation

Which type of obligation is characterized by being divisible or indivisible?

Joint obligation

Under which type of obligation does the performance depend on the will of the debtor?

Alternative obligation

What kind of obligation is subject to a suspensive or resolutory condition?

With a Period obligation

Which type of obligation involves two or more debtors who are liable for the entire performance?

Joint obligation

What is the goal of the brain teaser described in the text?

To find hidden words based on a given theme

How are the hidden words to be found in the puzzle?

By searching up, down, forward, backward, and diagonally

What is the scoring system for solving the puzzle within 5 minutes?

15 out of 15: Outstanding, 12-14: Excellent, 7-11: Good, 6 and below: Average

What does a pure obligation refer to?

An obligation with no specific date for fulfillment and is immediately demandable

What is a conditional obligation?

An obligation whose consequences are subject to the fulfillment of a condition

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Types of Obligations

  • A heritable obligation is passed on from one person to another and grows as it goes.
  • A divisible obligation is characterized by being divisible or indivisible.
  • A potestative obligation is one where the performance depends on the will of the debtor.
  • A conditional obligation is subject to a suspensive or resolutory condition.
  • A solidary obligation involves two or more debtors who are liable for the entire performance.

Brain Teaser

  • The goal of the brain teaser is to find the hidden words in the puzzle.
  • The hidden words are to be found by reading the puzzle vertically, horizontally, or diagonally.
  • The scoring system for solving the puzzle within 5 minutes is not specified.

Obligations Definitions

  • A pure obligation refers to a straightforward obligation without any conditions.
  • A conditional obligation is an obligation subject to a specific condition or requirement.

Learn about different kinds of obligations and their implications. This unit will provide a comprehensive understanding of various types of obligations and the significance of sharing ideas with others.

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