# PART - Law

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The following are the elements of an obligation, except:
a. Passive subject
b. Consideration
c. Juridical/Legal Tie
d. Active subject
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The following are the requisites of fortuitous event, except:
a. The event is unforeseeable/unavoidable.
b. Cause is independent of the will of the debtor.
c. Debtor contributed to the aggravation of the injury to the creditor.
d. Occurrence renders it absolutely impossible for the debtor to fulfill his obligation
in a normal manner; impossibility must be absolute not partial, otherwise not
force majeure.
A debtor may still be held liable for loss or damages even if it was caused by a fortuitous
event in any of the following instances, except:
a. The debtor contributed to the loss.
b. The debtor is guilty of dolo, malice or bad faith, has promised the same thing to
two or more persons who do not have the same interest.
c. The creditor is guilty of fraud, negligence or delay or if he contravened the tenor
of the obligation.
d. The thing to be delivered is generic.
10. The following are the requisites of mora solvendi, except:
a. Failure of the debtor to comply with such demand.
b. Obligation was performed on its maturity date.
c. There is judicial or extrajudicial demand by the creditor.
d. Obligation pertains to the debtor and is determinate, due, demandable, and
liquidated.