Nature And Essence Of The Deposit
LexInter | April 29, 2003 | 0 Comments

Nature And Essence Of The Deposit

CIVIL CODE
Section I: Nature and essence of the deposit contract
Article 1917
The deposit itself is essentially a free contract.
Article 1918
 It can only have for object movable things.
Article 1919
 It is perfect only by the real or feigned tradition of the thing deposited.
The feigned tradition suffices, when the depositary is already pledged, in some other way, with the thing which one agrees to leave him as a deposit.
Article 1920
The deposit is voluntary or necessary.
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