GENERAL RENTAL PROVISIONS
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GENERAL RENTAL PROVISIONS

Chapter I: General provisions
Article 1708
There are two kinds of rental contracts:
that of things,
and that of work.
Article 1709
The rental of things is a contract by which one of the parties undertakes to make the other enjoy a thing for a certain time, and for a certain price that the latter is obliged to pay him.
Article 1710
The work hire is a contract by which one of the parties undertakes to do something for the other, for a price agreed between them. BUSINESS CONTRACT

the company contract is “the agreement by which one person takes charge of another in return for remuneration, to perform, in complete independence and without representing him, a job ” cf. Cass. civ. 1st, 19 Feb. 1968, Bull.civ. I, n. 69, JCP 68 II 15 490, see Antomattei and Reynard, Civil Law, Special Contracts, n. 389, p. 312

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Article 1711
These two types of leasing are further subdivided into several particular types:
The leasing of houses and of furniture is called lease;
Farm lease, that of rural inheritances;
Rent, the hiring out of work or service;
Livestock lease, that of animals whose profit is shared between the owner and the one to whom he entrusts them.
The estimate, market or price made, for the company of a work for a determined price, are also a hire, when the material is provided by the one for whom the work is done.
These last three species have special rules.
Article 1712
Leases of national property, municipal property and public establishments are subject to specific regulations.

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