|Civil Code Article 245-1June 19, 2019|
Even though the contract is not constituted, one of the parties is responsible for the injury caused to the other party who without his own negligence believed in the constitution of the contract when he, in order to prepare or negotiate for the contract, has done either of the following: "(1) Hidden in bad faith or dishonestly explained the gravely relevant matter of the contract when the other party inquired. "(2) Intentionally or gross negligently spilt out the other party's secret known or held by himself which the other party has explicitly expressed to be kept in secret. "(3) Any other matter obviously against good faith. "The claim for the injury in the preceding paragraph shall be extinguished by prescription if not exercised within two years.
|Civil Code Article 245June 19, 2019|
The claim for revocation in the provisions of the preceding article shall be extinguished by prescription if not exercised within one year from the moment when the creditor knew of the ground for revocation, or shall be extinguished after ten years from the date of doing the act. "Sub-section 4 Contracts
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