Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) The parties (the “promisor” and the “promisee”) may confer by express or implied agreement a right on a third party (the “beneficiary”).
(2) The existence and content of the beneficiary’s right against the promisor are determined by the agreement of the parties and are subject to any conditions or other limitations under the agreement.
|1||Parties conferring rights on third party|
|1.1||By express agreement|
|1.2||By implied agreement|
|2||Beneficiary’s rights against promissor determined by parties’ agreement|
|2.1||Conditions or limitations to beneficiary’s rights|