Obligations and Contracts – General effects of contracts
Art. 1983. Law for the parties; performance in good faith. Contracts have the effect of law for the parties and may be dissolved only through the consent of the parties or on grounds provided by law. Contracts must be performed in good faith.
Art. 1984. Rights and obligations will pass to successors. Rights and obligations arising from a contract are heritable and assignable unless the law, the terms of the contract or its nature preclude such effects.
Art. 1985. Effects for third parties. Contracts may produce effects for third parties only when provided by law.