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1. Alternative obligations assumes False (Multiple 15. In obligations to give, what are the ...
multiple objects are due in the same objects can be rules to be followed in the event
obligation (T or F) chosen from by the of deterioration, improvement or
debtor, but only 1 is loss of the thing prior to it being
given) delivered?
2. "A promises to deliver to X P50,000 False (It is a pure 16. In the case of solidary debtors, if True
when X demands for it" is a obligation) one of the debtors is insolvent, the
conditional obligation (T or F) other parties can be made liable
for the insolvent party's share (T or
3. Define a condition in an obligation ...
4. Define a period in an obligation ...
17. Jack and Jill owes Mike and Mindy 5k. Divide it by the
5. The degree of diligence an obligor is False ( 20,000. On due date, how much number of debtors
required to exercise in obligations to can Mike collect from Jack and and number of
deliver a thing is the diligence of a how much can Mindy collect from creditors; each share
good father of a family (T or F) Jill? is a separate
6. A divisible object with solidary True obligation
creditors may be extinguished by 18. An object that was lost in a False (Because you
payment to a single creditor (T or F) typhoon can be the subject of an cannot give
7. Facultative obligations assumes only a True obligation to give (T or F) something you do not
single object in an obligation with the have/impossible
right to make a substitution of another obligation)
object before actual delivery (T or F) 19. An obligation to cause scandal False (Contrary to
8. Fraud that was used to induce a party (False) It is a causal during graduation rites is valid (T or good customs or
to enter into a contract is called fraud (dolo F) public order)
incidental fraud (T or F) causante) 20. An obligation to oneself is a valid False (Confusion
9. In all obligations to deliver a thing, False (Loss of obligation (T or F) would occur)
loss of the thing due excuses the generic objects do 21. An obligation to "pay when able" is False (It is an
obligor from making delivery of thing not excuse the a pure obligation (T or F) obligation with a
obligor from period)
making a delivery-
22. An obligation with a stipulated False (It is called
genus nuquam
penalty in case of breach is not obligation with a
allowed (T or F) penal clause)
10. In an obligation, a creditor cannot be False (Mora
23. Parties can agree that in the event False (Because a
in delay (T or F) accipiendi)
of fraud in the performance of an waiver of action for
11. In an obligation with a period, it is False (The benefit is obligation, neither party can be future fraud is void)
presumed that the benefit of the for both the debtor made liable for damages (T or F)
period is for the debtor (T or F) and creditor)
24. A party can ask for damages due True
12. An indivisible object with multiple False (Joint to mental anguish or humiliation (T
debtors is called a solidary indivisible Indivisible or F)
obligations (T or F) Obligation)
25. Potestative conditions make an False (Causal Fraud)
13. In indivisible obligations with multiple True obligation void (T or F)
debtors, if the creditor wants to file
26. A service and a specific object can True
an action to enforce the obligation,
be the subject of an alternative or
the creditor must sue all of the
facultative obligation (T or F)
debtors, even the innocent debtors (T
or F) 27. A solidary creditor can extinguish True
an obligation even without the
14. In joint and solidary obligations, False (Joint
consent of the other solidary
parties cannot be bound by different Obligations can be
creditors (T or F)
period or conditions (T or F) bound by different
periods/conditions) 28. Stipulated damages is allowable True*?
under the law (T or F)
29. What are fortuitous events? Are unforeseen events, or if 44. What are the Act of omission, fault or negligence,
foreseen, is inevitable requisites of quasi- damage caused, direct relation of
delicts cause and effect between the
30. What are the 2 kinds of 1. The injury sustained by a
act/omission and the damage, no pre-
definition of damages? party
existing contractual relation
2. The compensation to which
a party is entitled to 45. What are the Law, Contracts, Quasi-contracts,
sources of Delicts, Quasi-delicts
31. What are the elements of Active, Passive,
an obligation? Object/Prestation,
Juridical/Legal Tie 46. What is an It is a juridical necessity to give, to do,
obligation? or not to do
32. What are the kinds of Suspensive and Resolutory
conditions as to effect? Conditions 47. What is the level of Stipulation of the parties, according to
diligence required law, ordinary diliegence
33. What are the kinds of Implied and Expressed
from the debtor?
conditions as to form? Conditions
48. What things are Nature of obligation, circumstance of
34. What are the kinds of Potestative, Causal, and
considered in person, time, and place
conditions as to origin? Mixed Conditions
35. What are the kinds of Culpa Aquiliana negligence?
Culpa? Culpa Contractual
49. When can a party Fraud, Negligence, Delay,
36. What are the kinds of Mental, Exemplary, ask for damages Contravention of the terms
damages? Nominal,Temperate, Actual,
50. When does a ...
debtor lose the
37. What are the kinds of Mora Solvendi benefit to the
delay? Mora Accipiendi period?
Compensatio Morae
51. When due date of False (No demand no delay)
38. What are the kinds of Dolo Causante the obligation has
Dolo? Dolo Incedental passed, the debtor
39. What are the kinds of fruits Natural, Industrial, and Civil is considered in
under the laws of Fruits delay (T or F)
obligation? 52. When is demand When the obligation or law so
40. What are the kinds of Real and Personal Obligations not necessary to provides, time is of the essence,
obligations according to make debtor in demand would be useless
the subject matter? delay?

41. What are the kinds of Conclusive and Disputable

presumptions? Presumptions
42. What are the kinds of Solutio Indebiti
quasi-contracts? Negotiorium Gestio
43. What are the requisites for - Independent of
fortuitous events to human/debtors will
extinguish an obligation - Event could not be foreseen,
or if foreseen, is inevitable
- Affected the obligation in
such a way that it cannot be
delivered anymore
- Debtor must be free from
any participation in the
aggravation of the injury/loss