Those who are still inadmissible will have to wait. Enforcement may take place against each of the joint and several debtors, although it may happen that a certain obligation incumbent on a given debtor is not yet due. He is responsible for all advances due, although they are imputed to the other accomplices. Only the obligation concerned is invalid if the obligation is divisible and the party which is not concerned by the impossible condition is valid. Each commitment has four essential conditions, which are also called commitment elements. They are: (obliged) who, if raped, can be brought to justice. The law clearly defines the different sources of an obligation. 7 Types of commitments can be classified according to the nature of the activities and the number of parties legally bound by the commitment. As a result, they can be classified into: 1) Divisible commitment It is something in which a party undertakes to fulfill its obligations by the obligation to present itself in parts. For example, if A and B C were to owe $1,000, these parties would pay or fulfill their obligations by paying half (in part) of C`s debt, which is $500 each. INDIVISIBLE COMMON COMMITMENT – an obligation that is not the object of solidarity and that does not divide the station or object; its fulfillment requires the consent of all debtors while doing their part.

responsibility, unless otherwise agreed by the parties. POSITIVE CONDITION PRECEDENT The commitment expires: 1. As soon as the time expires without the event taking place; 2. As soon as it is established that the event will not take place, while the time indicated has not yet elapsed. The legal term in the definition refers to the legal aspect of an obligation. If an obligation is legal, it follows that you can go to court and request a civil action in case of infringement or non-compliance. If there is an explicit agreement of automatic resignation between the parties, such resolution shall take place only after the creditor has notified the debtor of his choice to resign, subject to judicial review. (4) DELIKTS (obligation ex maleficio or ex delicto) – arising from civil liability which is the consequence of an infringement is an indivisible obligation – an obligation in which the pre-station or object to be delivered cannot be performed by parts without changing its nature or substance. An obligation is to give, to do or not to do. [1] This definition refers specifically to civil obligation, unlike natural obligation. . .

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