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5. Or donations inter vivos (between living persons). Sect. 1. General dispositions.

350 2. Of the form of donations inter vivos.

Ib. 3. Of the exceptions to the rule of their irrevocability.

352 Chap. 6. Of dispositions mortis causa (in prospect of death).

355 ect. 1. Of the testament.

358 2. General rules on the form of testaments.

Ib. 3. Particular rules on the form of certain testaments.

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363 4. Of testamentary dispositions.

364 S 1. Of universal legacies.

365 S 2. Of legacies under an universal tille.

366 S 3. Or disinherison.

367 S 4. Of particular legacies.

369 S 5. Of the opening and proof of testaments, and of testamentary executors.

372 S 6. Of the revocation of testaments and of their caducity. 379 S 7. General rules for the interpretation of legacies. 382 nap. 7. Of partitions made by parents and other ascendants among their descendants.

384 8. Of donations made by marriage contract to the husband or wife, etc.

385 9. Of donations between married persons, etc.

387 lle 3. Of obligations.

389 ap. 1. Of the nature and division of obligations.

Ib. le 4. Of conventional obligations.

391 p. 1. General provisions.

16. 2. Of the requisites to the formation of a valid agreement. 894 t. 1. Of the parties to a contract, and of their capability to contract.

Ib. 2. Of the consent nessessary to give validity to a contract. 400 § 1. Of the nature of the assent, and bow it is to be shown. Ib.

405 32. What defects of consent will invalidate a contract.

406 33. Of error, its division and effects. 3 4. Of error in the motive.

408 5. Of error as to the person.

410 3 6. Of error as to the nature and object of the contract.

16. 7. Of error of law.

412 8. Of the nullity resulting from fraud. 9. Of the want of consent arising from violence or tbreats. 414

416 10. Of læsion. 11. General provisions applicable to error, violence and

420 fraud in contracts.

Ib. 3. Of the object and matter of contracts.

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424 2. Cf the obligation of giving.

429 3. Of the obligations to do and not to do. 4. Of the damages resulting from the inexecution of obligations.

16. 5. Of the interpretation of agreements.

434 6. Of the obligations to perform, as incidents to a contract,

437 all that is required by equity, usage or law. 7. What contracts shall be avoided by persons not parties to them.

438 S 1. Of the action of the creditors in avoidance of contracts, and its incidents.

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440 S 2. What contracts shall be avoided by that action.

444 Chap. 4. Of the different kinds of obligations. Sect. 1. General division of the subject.

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445 2. Of strictly personal, heritable and real obligations.

449 3. Of simple and conditional obligations. S 1. General provisions.

Ib. S 2. Of the suspensive condition.

453. S 3. Of the resolutory condition.

1b. Sect. 4. Of limited and unlimited obligations as lo the time of their performance.

454 5. Of conjunctive and alternative obligations.

456 6. Of several obligations, joint obligations and obligations in solido.

458 S 2. General provisions.

Ib. S 2. Of the rules wbich govern several obligations and joint obligations.

460 S 3. Of the rules which govern obligations between creditors in solido. i

461 S 4. Of the rules wbich govern obligations with respect to debtors in solido.

16. Sect. 7. Of the obligations divisible and indivisible.

464 S 1. Of the effects of divisible obligations.

465 S 2. Of the effects of indivisible obligations.

16. Sect. 8. Of obligations with penal clauses.

466 Chap. 5. Of the manner in which obligations may be extinguished. 469 Sect. 1. Of payment.

S 1. Of payment or performance in general.
S 2. Of payment with subrogation.

474 S 3. Of the imputation of payments.

475 S 4. Of tenders of payment and consigoment.

476 S 5. Of the cession of property.

472 Sect. 2. Of novalion,

479 3. Or the remission of the debt.

481 4. Of compensation or set-off.

482 5. Of confusion.

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423 3. Of the effect of obligations.

Ib. 1. General dispositions.

4. Of the cause or consideration of contracts.

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6. Of the loss of the thing due.

484 7. Of the action of nullity or of rescision of agreements. 485

487 Chap. 6. Of the proof of obligations and of that of payment. Sect. 1. Of litteral proof.

16. S 1. Of authentic acts.

16. S 2. Of acts under private sigoature.

488

490 S 3. Of copies of titles.

491 § 4. Of recognitive and confirmative acts. Sect. 2. Of testimonial proof.

492 3. Of presumption.

493

Ib. § 1. Of presumptions established by law.

494 S 2. Of presumptions not established by law. Sect. 3. Of the confession of the party.

495 Title 5. Of quasi contracts, and of offences and quasi offences. ib.

496 Chap. 1. Of quasi contracts.

499 2. Of offences and quasi offences. Title 6. Of the marriage contract, etc.

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1b. Chap. 1. General dispositions.

503 2. Of the various kinds of matrimonial agreements. Sect. 1. Of donations made in consideration of marriage. Ib.

16. 2. Of dowry or marriage portion.

511 3. Of paraphernalia or extra-dotal effects.

512 5. Of the community or partnership of acquets or gains.

Ib. S 1. Of legal community.

517 S 2. Of the modified or limited community. Sect. 5. Of the clause of separation of property.

Ib. Chap. 4. Of the separation of properly prayed for by the wife

518 during marriage. Title 7. Of sale.

Ib. Chap. 1. Of the nature and form of the contract of sale.

521 2. Of persons capable of buying and selling. 3. Of things which may be sold.

522 4. How the contract of sale is to be performed.

523 5. At whose risk is the thing sold after the sale is completed. 525 6. Of the obligations of the seller.

526 Sect. 1. Of the trailition or delivery or the thing sold.

527 2. Of the warranty in case of eviction of the thing sold.

530 3. Of the vices of the thing sold.

533 S 1. Of the vices of the thing sold which give occasion to the redhibitory action.

Ib. S 2. Of the vices, etc. which occasion a reduction of the price. 536

S 3. Of the vices, etc. which the seller has concealed, etc. 537 Chap. 7. Of the obligations of the buyer.

538 8. Of the nullity and rescision of the sale. Sect. 1. Of the power or right of redemption.

Ib. 2. Of the rescision of sales on account of læsion.

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PAGES. Chap. 9. Of sales at auction, or public sales.

545 10. Of judicial sales.

548 Sect. 1. Of sales on seizure or execution.

2. Or the judicial sale of the property of successions 549 Chap. 11. Of the compulsory sale for public utility.

16. 12. Of the assignment or transfer of debts or other incor. poreal rights.

551 13. Of the giving in payment. Title 8. Of exchange.

553 9. Of letting and hiring.

554 Chap. 1. of the nature of the contract of hire, and of its several kinds.

555 2. Of letting out things.

556 Sect. 1. General provisions. 2. Of the obligations and rights of the lessor,

558 3. Of the obligations and rights of the lessee.

561 4. Of the dissolution of leases.

564 Chap. 3. Of the letting out of labour or industry.

567 Sect. 1. Of the bicing of servants and workmen.

2. Of carriers and watermen.
3. Of plots for buildings and other works.

569 Title 10. Of rents and annuities.

572 Chap. 1. Of the rent of lands.

16. 2. Of annuities.

574 Title 11. Of partnership.

576 Cbap. 1. General provisions.

16. 2. Rules relating to the different kinds of partnership. 579 Sect. 1. Of the division of partnership. 2. Of universal partnership.

580 3. Of particular partnership.

581 4. Of partnership in commendam. 6. Of commercial partnership..

585 Chap. 3. Of the obligations of partners towards each other, and

towards third persons. Sect. 1. Of the obligations of partners towards each other. 2. Of their obligations towards third persons.

589 Chap. 4. Of the different manners in which partnerships end. 590 Title 12. Of loan. Chap. 1. Of the loan for use or commodatum.

16. Sect. 1. Of the nature of loan for use. 2. Of the engagements of the borrower for use.

594 3. Of the obligations of the lender for use. Chap. 2. Of the loan for consumption or mutuum. Sect. 1. Of the nature of loan for consumption.

2. Of the obligations of the lender for consumption.
3. Of the engagements of the borrower for consumption. 597

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PAGES. Chap. 3. Or loan on interest.

597 Title 13. Of deposit and sequestration.

598 Chap. 1. Or deposit in general, and of its different kinds.

2. Or deposit properly so called. Sect. 1. Of the nature and essence of the contract of deposil. 2. Of voluntary deposit.

599 3. Of the obligations of the depositary.

600 4. Of the obligations and rights of the depositor.

603 Chap. 3. Of the necessary deposit.

4. Of sequestration. . Sect. 1. Or its different species. • 2. Of the conventional sequestration,

605 3. Of the judicial sequestration or deposit.

1. Title 14. Or aleatory contracts.

006 15. Of mandate or power of attorney.

607 Chap. 1. Of the nature and form of mandates.

16. 2. Of the obligations of the attorney in fact.

009 3. Of the mandatary or agent for both parties.

611 4. Or the obligations of the principal, etc.

612 5. How the procuration expires.

613 Title 16. Of suretyship.

614 Chap. 1. Or the nature and extent of suretyship.

16. 2. Of the effects of suretyship.

615 Sect. 1. Of its effects between the creditor and the surety. Ib.

2. or its effects between the debtor and the surety. " 617 3. Of its effects between the sureties.

618 Chap. 3. Of the extinction of suretyship.

Ib. 4. Of the legal and judicial sureties.

619 Title 17. Of transactions and compromise.

620 18. Of respite.

621 19. Of arbitration.

622 20. Of pledge.

625 Chap. 1. General provisions.

631 2. Of pawn.

633 3. Of antichresis.

637 Title 21. Of privileges.

639 Chap. 1. General provisions.

2. Of the several kinds of privileges. Chap. 3. Of privileges on moveables.

640 Sect. 1. Of general privileges on moveables.

S 1. Of funeral charges.
S 2. Of law charges.

641 S 3. Of expenses during the last sickness. .,!! 642 S 4. Of the wages of servants.

643 S 5. of supplies of provisions.

Ib. S 6. Of the privilege of clerks, and that of the wife for her dowry.

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PAGES, Sect. 2. Of the privileges on particular moveables.

644 S 1. Or the privilege of the lessor.

645 S 2. Of the privilege of the creditor on the thing pledged. 646 S 3. Of the privilege of a depositor. S 4. Or the expenses incurred for the preservation of a thing. 647 S 5. Of the privilege of the vendor of moveable effects. Ib. S 6. Of the privilege of the jonkeeper on the effects of the traveller.

648 Sect. 3. Of the privilege on ships and merchandize.

649 Chap. 4. Of privileges on immoveables and slaves.

652 5. Of privileges which both embrace moveables and immoveables.

653 6. Of the order in which privileged creditors are to be

654 7. How privileges are preserved and recorded.

657 8. Of the manner in which privileges are extinguished. 659 Title 22. Of mortgages. Chap. 1. General provisions. Sect. 1. Of conventional mortgages.

661 2. Of legal mortgages.

664 3. Or judicial mortgages.

666 4. Of the rapk in which mortgages stand with respect to each other.

667 Chap. 2. Of inscription of mortgages. Sect. 1. Of the mode and effect of recording mortgages. 2. Of the erasure of mortgages.

674 3. Of the office of mortgages, and duties of recorders. 678 Chap. 3. Of the effect of mortgages and privileges.

680 Sect. 1. Of their effect with regard to the debtor.

2. Of their effect against third possessors, and of the hypo

thecary action. Chap. 4. How mortgages expire or are extinguished.

683 Title 23. Of occupancy, possession and prescription.

684 Chap. 1. Of occupancy.

1b. 2. Of possession.

687 3. Of prescription.

693 Sect. 1. General provisions.

Ib. 2. Of the prescription by which property is acquired. 694 S 1. Of the prescription of ten and twenty years.

695 Š 2. of the oprescription of thirty years.

699 S 3. Of the prescription of moveables. 'S 4. Of the causes which prevent the prescription tending to the acquisition of property.

701 S 5. Of the causes which interrupt prescription.

702 S 6. Of the causes which suspend the course of prescription. 703 Sect. 2. Of the prescription which operates a release from debt. 704

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