|Civil Code Article 546June 19, 2019|
If the mandatory, in the dealing of the affairs commissioned, has incurred necessary outlays, the principal shall return them with interest from the date when he paid for it. "If the mandatory in the dealing of the affairs commissioned has born a necessary obligation, he may demand the principal to perform such obligation in his place; or if the obligation is not yet matured, he may demand the principal to furnish a proper security for its performance. "If, in the dealing of the affairs commissioned, the mandatory has incurred injury through a circumstance for which he is not responsible, he may demand for the injury from the principal. "If there is someone else who shall be responsible for the injury prescribed in the preceding paragraph, the principal may make a claim against this person for reimbursement.
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