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ATTY ZEHAN LOREN E.

TOCAO, REB
OBLIGATION AND CONTRACTS( LAW 1)
I
1. _____________ are obligations which if not fulfilled when it becomes due may be enforced thru
action.
2. _____________one who is bound to perform the prestation.
3. _____________the uridical tie or vonculum by virtue of which the debtor has become bound to
perform.
4. _____________Both parties are obliged to perform a part in the obligation.
5. _____________is an obligation where each one of the debtors is obliged to pay the entire
obligation and each of the creditors has the right to demand from any of the debtors the payment
of the entire obligation.
6._______________is an obligation where each of the debtors is liable proportionate part of the debt
and the creditor has the right to demand proportionate part of the credit.
6. _____________transfers ownership.
7. _____________the juridical relation which takes place when somebody takes charge of the
agency/management of the property of another.
8. _____________is a juridical tie takes place when somebody received something thru mistake.
9. _____________A, driver, together with his passengers were involved in a mini accident. The same
was due to the negligent act of the driver. The passengers incurred injury. The passngers may file
an action for _____________.
10. _____________ A, driver, together with his passengers were involved in a mini accident. The same
was due to the negligent act of the driver. The pasengers incurred injury at the same time an
innocent bystander was hit. the passengers may file an action for ___________.
11. _____________the innocent bystander may file an action for ________________.
12. _____________an argument ensued between Z, 6 months pregnant and his husband. The latter
pointed a gun to her. A few seconds after, Z walked away from her husband and accidentally fell.
She incurred injury and the baby was aborted. Z can file a case for _____________ and ask for
13._____________.
13. _____________
14. Z’s injury was due to her contributed negligence. She may ask for damages but the same shall be
___________ by the courts.
15. _____________grantees possession over the thing delivered is now under a title of ownership
(lessee bought the house of his lessor)
16. _____________is a remedy of a buyer when there is no delivery yet.
17. _____________default on the part of creditor.
18. _____________default on the part of debtor.
19. _____________A and B agreed that A shall deliver 100% pure vinegar to B. however, it was found
out that the vinegar was polluted with 10% tap water. A shall be liable for ________.
20. A obligated himself to deliver a branded medicine to Z. however, A delivered a generic one. A shall
be liable for ___________.
II
True or False
Obligations arising from law are presumed.
Obligations arising from contracts do not have the force of law between the parties.
Contracts are perfected by mere consent.
Contracting arties may stipulate anything in their contract.
Every person criminally liable shall not be civilly liable.
Z obligated himself to deliver a determinate thing. The latter was lost due to fortuitous event. Z is liable.
Future Fraud may be waived.
Usurious interest is allowed.
All rights are transmissible even if personal.
Acceptance of later payment shall not give rise to a presumption that prior payment has been made.

III
Sources of obligations
Elements of quasi delict
Exceptions to the general rule that no person shall be liable for a loss due to fortuitous event.
Remedies of the creditor when debtor fails to deliver a determinate thing.
Remedies of the creditor to protect his interest against debtor.
Kinds of Damages