E. Obligations of vendee

1. TO TRANSFER OWNERSHIP AND DELIVER THE THING SOLD

The seller is bound to transfer the ownership of and deliver the object of the sale. (Article 1495, Ibid.)

2. TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP AND DELIVERY OF THE THING SOLD

The thing sold shall be understood as delivered, when it is placed in the control and possession of the buyer. (Article 1497, Ibid.)

Delivery transfers ownership. The ownership of the thing sold is acquired by the buyer from the moment it is delivered to him in any of the ways specified in Articles 1497 to 1501, or in any other manner signifying an agreement that the possession is transferred from the seller to the buyer. (Article 1496, Ibid.)

Disclaimer: All information herein is for educational and general information only intended for those preparing for the bar exam. These should not be taken as professional legal advice or opinion. Please consult a competent lawyer to address your specific concerns. Any statements or opinions of the author are solely his own and do not reflect that of any organization he may be connected.

Share:

Mock Bar Exam Schedules

Test your knowledge. Practice answering questions, repeatedly and continuously — that’s how you prepare for the bar exam. Don’t mindlessly read throughout your bar exam review and expect you can effectively answer during your bar exam.

Related: Civil Law

B-1. Natural obligations

Obligations are civil or natural. (Article 1423, Civil Code.) 1. Civil Obligations Civil obligations give a right of action to

A. Persons

1. Civil personality There are two (2) kinds of persons under the law: 1) Natural persons, and, 2) Juridical persons.

Feedback

We value feedback.
Help us improve by with your suggestions and comments.
Thank you in advance

Syllabus-based

Reviewers

E. Unfair Labor Practices

Frequency: ★★★★★ 1. Nature, aspects a. Concept Unfair labor practice refers to acts that violate the workers’ right to organize.

Updated

Suggested Answers

error: Content is protected.