Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) A right is assigned by mere agreement between the assignor and the assignee, without notice to the obligor.
(2) The consent of the obligor is not required unless the obligation in the circumstances is of an essentially personal character.
|1||Assignment between assignor and assignee|
|1.1||Effective by mere agreement (see art. 1.2)|
|1.1.1||Mandatory rules prevailing over principles (see art. 1.4)|
|1.2||No need for notice to obligor (see art. 9.1.10)|
|1.3||No need for obligor’s consent|
|220.127.116.11||Obligation of essentially personal character|
|18.104.22.168||Non-assignment clauses (see art. 9.1.9)|