Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) Without the obligee’s consent, the obligor may contract with another person that this person will perform the obligation in place of the obligor, unless the obligation in the circumstances has an essentially personal character.
(2) The obligee retains its claim against the obligor.
|Performance by third party
|No need for obligee’s consent
|May be refused by obligee when obligation is of essentially personal character
|Obligee’s claim against obligor not affected