They can also separate the two agreements. The dress legal law (or constituent law) may be a will, assignment, court order, guarantee of a debt or a simple payment (solutio), but is generally a binding agreement between the debtor and the assignor. This act creates an obligation that provides for a personal right to the benefit (or “right” or ius crediti) in the transferor and an obligation of execution in the debtor. This is indeed the cause of the transfer agreement. If a mandatory agreement, it can arise from a number of causes, for example: OBLIGATION. In general, and in the broadest sense, obligation is synonymous with obligation. In a more technical sense, it is a commitment that requires us to pay for the laws and customs of the country where the commitment is made, or to do something to do something about it. Straight ahead. Inst. 1. 3, T. 14. The obligation of concept also refers to the act or writing by which the contract is attested.
And in another sense, there is always an obligation, although the civil obligation is a loan with a penalty, with a condition for the payment of money, the execution of alliances or other; it differs from a bill that is generally without penalty or condition, although it may be mandatory. 172. It is also defined as an act in which a man binds under a punishment to do something. Dig Com. Commitment, A. The word commitment, in its most technical meaning, ex vi termini, imports a sealed instrument. 2 S. – R. 502; 6 Vern.
40; 1 Blackf. 241; The harp. A. 434; 2 Porter, 19; 1 soon. 129. See 1 Bell`s Com.b. 3, 1, c. 1, page 293; Mr. Bouv.
Inst. Index, h.t. 2. Commitments are divided into imperfect commitments and perfect commitments. 3. Imperfect obligations are those which do not engage us, as between man and man, and non-execution for which we are only responsible before God; such as charity or gratitude. In this sense, an obligation is an outright obligation. Poth. That`s not the case. Art. Prel.
n. 1. 4. A perfect obligation is one that gives another person the right to ask us to give him or not to do something. These obligations are either natural, moral or civil. 5. A natural or moral obligation is an obligation which cannot be imposed by action, but which is binding on the party that does it, in conscience and according to natural justice.