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day the debtor is in default, ARBITRATION.
to arbitration, 3067, 3069, 3070.
on by ihe submission, 3073.
There are two sorts of arbritalors,
with respect to their extent on
be appointed arbitra-
tors, or are excluded therefrom,
How the arbitrators and amicable
compounders ought to determine
the causes submitted to them,
Of the oath to be taken by them,
Of the proceedings before the
arbitrators, from 3079 to 3082.
Of the umpire to be appointed in
case the arbitrators cannot agree,
and in what manner such umpire
must act, from 3083 to 3086.
Of the duties imposed on arbitra-
tors, from 3088 to 3095, 3098.
How their powers espire, 3072,
3090, 3091, 3099.
In what manner ther shall give
their award, from 3092 to 3095.
Of the homologation of the award,
and of the appeal claimed there-
from, 3096, 3097.
ARCHITECTS. v. Undertakers.
Of a rent charge, how prescri-
bed against, 3503.
Owe alimony to their descendants,
and vice versa , 245.
How ascendants are appointed to
dants, from 281 to 283.
Of successions Calling to ascen-
dants, 899 to 906.
Wbal is the legal meaning of this
word, 3522. no 5.
the tutorship of their descen-
ASSIGNMENT OR TRANSFER
rights, from 2612 10 2624."
of his management to his princi-
he has bound himsell' personally
towards them, 2981, 2982.
in fact empowered by the same
AUCTION (Sale at). v. public
in an authentic form, 2231.
BENEFIT OF DISCUSSION.
cussed or seized, unless the seca-
quired by the third possessor
BENEFIT OF DIVISION.
A debtor in solido may be sued
to plead 'thc benefit of division,
ties for the same debt, any one
creditor should divide his action,
ced the benefit of division , 3018,
possess the adjacent lands, 446. Defined , 1025.
fit, 1027, 1028.
from 1028 to 1033.
the preference is to be given to
give security, and what are their
Wbat are the advantages which
The books of merchants are good
evidence against them, and so sidered as the mandatary of both,
bility of such agents, from 2986
for use, from 2869 to 2876. The representation is admitted in
scendants of the brothers and sis-
ters of the deceased when they
currence with the uncles and
descendants, inherit their brother
or sister deceased, jointly with
Brothers and sisters inherit to the
exclusion of other ascendants and
Lands and buildings and other
constructions are immoveable by
their nature, 455.
Every one is bound to keep his
building in good repair.
Rights of action of the neighbour,
when a building threatens ruin,
The owner of a building is an-
swerable for the damage caused
by its ruin, 2302, 2303.
What is the legal meaning of
that word, 3522; no 6.
of the obligations of the buyer,
from 2527 to 2543.
Obligations of the buyer with res-
peci to the payment of the price,
When the buyer is bound to pay
the interest of the price, 2531,
Obligations of the buyer, by which
of the In what cases the buyer may sus-
pend the payment of the price,
pend the paya
from 2535 to 2537.
Are subject to the same obliga-
Rules respecting their responsibi-
lity, 2724, 2725.
land, are immoveable by desti-
one head of cattle which dies,
the usufructuary is not bound
value of the same , 586.
What is his obligation when a
the usufruct, 587.
every stage of a cause. 3127.
CAUSE OF CONTRACTS.
An obligation without a cause,
or with a false or unlawful canse,
can have no effect, 1887.
When the cause of a contract is
considered as illicit, 1889.
What is meant by the cause of a
An agreement is not the less ra-
lid, though the cause be not ex-
effect the contract, 1892, 1893.
If the party can show the exis-
When a contract is considered as
being without cause, 1891.
Where the consideration or cause
of a contract exists at the time
of making it, but afterwards
fails, in what cases it will not
tence of a true consideration, the
contract cannot be invalidated,
though the contract be one that
did not exist, 1894.
CAUSES WHICH DISPENSE
OR EXCUSE FROM THE
TUTORSHIP, from 319 to 321.
excused by the nature of their
offices, from 312 to 314.
Persons who are not relations of
the minor, or who are related to
him only beyond the fourth de-
gree, cannot be compelled to
accept the tutorship, 315.