Civil Code Article 269June 19, 2019

When it is provided in a contract that an obligation shall be performed to a third party, the offeror may demand the debtor to perform the obligation to the third party, and such third party also has the right to demand performance direct from the debtor. "So long as the third party has not expressed his intent to take advantage of the contract specified in the preceding paragraph, the parties may modify the contract or revoke it. "If the third party expresses to either of the parties his intent not to take advantage of the contract, he is deemed to never have any right under the contract.

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