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How do you define specific or determinate thing? p.

33
Every person obliged to give something is also obliged to
take of it with the proper diligence of a good father of a
family. What do you mean by diligence of a good father of a
family? p. 33
What is the meaning of generic and indeterminate thing? p.
34
Aside from the definition, how would you distinguish specific
thing and generic thing? p. 34
What are the duties of debtor in obligation to give a
determinate thing? p. 35-36
Diligence of a good father of family is equated with what? p.
35
What is the reason why the debtor in obligation to give a
determinate thing should preserve the said thing? p. 36
What are the duties of debtor in obligation to deliver a
generic thing? p. 37
What are the different kinds of fruits? Give at least two
example each. p. 37-38
When the creditor becomes entitled to the fruits of the
things to be delivered? p. 38
What are the four instances when the obligation to deliver
fruits arises? p. 38
Differentiate personal right and real right. p. 39
How would you distinguish personal right and real right? p.
39-40

Can the creditor compel the debtor to make the delivery if


what is to be delivered is an indeterminate thing? p. 41
What are the remedies of creditor in a specific real obligation
in case the debtor fails to comply with his obligation? p. 41
What is the reason or rationale behind why the creditor is
granted the right to compel the debtor to make the delivery?
p. 42
In cases of a generic real obligation, is it necessary for the
creditor to compel the debtor to make the delivery? Why or
why not? p. 42
Explain what happens where debtor delays or has promised
delivery to separate creditors? p. 43
What is the meaning of accessions and accessories? p. 43
What are the three situations contemplated in an obligation
to do? p. 45
What are the remedies of creditor in positive personal
obligation? p. 45
What are the remedies of creditor in negative personal
obligation? p. 47
What is the meaning of delay? What is the difference of
orindary delay and legal delay p. 48
What are the kinds of delay or default? Define each. p. 48
Is there a delay in negative personal obligation? Why or why
not? p. 49

What are the requisites of delay or default by the debtor? p.


49

What is the effect if there is mora solvendi? p. 50


What is the effect of there is mora accipiendi? p. 50
What is the effect if there is compensation morae? p. 51
As a general rule,delay by the debtor begins only from the
moment a demand, judicial or extra-judicial, for the
fulfillment of the formers obligation is made by the creditor.
What are the exceptions? p. 51
What are the duties of debtor in obligation to give a
determinate thing? p. 51-53
What are the four grounds for liability which may entitle the
knjured party to damages? p. 54-56
How would you distinguish fraud from negligence? p. 56-57
What is the reason why there is no waiver of an action for
future fraud? What about the past fraud, can it be waived?
Why or why not? p. 58
What are the kinds of negligence according to source of
obligation? p. 59-60
Can the creditor recover damages if he is also guilty of
negligence? p. 61

What is the meaning of fault or negligence? p. 62- 63


What are the factors to be considered in determining
negligence? p. 63
What is the meaning of fortuitous event? p. 39-40

What are the kinds of fortuitous events? Define each. p. 66


What are the requisites of fortuitous events? p. 66
What is simple loan or mutuum? p. 69
What are the requisites for recovery of interest? p. 69
What are the two kinds of presumption? Define each. p. 71
Diligence of a good father of family is equated with what? p.
35
When does presumption in Article 1176 do not apply? p. 71
What are the remedies available to the creditors for the
satisfaction of their claims? p. 73
As a general rule, all rights acquired in virtue of an obligation
are generally transmissible. What are the exceptions? p. 7475
When the creditor becomes entitled to the fruits of the
things to be delivered? p. 38

What are the four instances when the obligation to deliver


fruits arises? p. 38
Differentiate personal right and real right. p. 39
How would you distinguish personal right and real right? p.
39-40