ObliCon2.txt - 1.The following are the requisites of an obligation except A Passive and active subject B Prestation C Efficient cause*D Demand 2.The

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1.The following are the requisites of an obligation, except A. Passive and active subjectB. PrestationC. Efficient cause*D. Demand 2.The right of the creditor that is enforceable against a definite debtor is 3. Which of the following is a civil obligation? 4. Specific performance may not be possible in this civil obligation A. A, a painter, obliges himself to paint the portrait of B on April 9, 2009** B. C, a farmer, obliges himself to give his only cow to D on February 14, 2009 C. E, a veterinarian, obliges himself to give one of his dogs to F on May 1, 2009 **D. G, a registrar of deeds, obliges himself to effect registration of H s parcel of land on February 28, 2009. 5. The source of obligations which is a rule of conduct, just and obligatory, promulgated bylegitimate authorities for common good, benefit and observance 6. A juridical necessity to give, to do or not to do **A. Civil obligation B. Natural obligation C. Moral obligation D. Social obligation 7. They give a right of action to compel their performance**A. Civil obligation B. Moral obligationC. Natural obligationD. Social obligation 8. The obligee has a right to enforce the obligation against the obligor in a court of law **A. Civil obligation B. Moral obligation C. Natural obligation D. Social obligation 9. This is based on equity and justice 10. The person in whose favor the obligation is constituted
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11. Synonymous to obligee 1. Creditor 2. Active subject 3. Debtor 4. Passive subject **A. 1 and 2 C. 2 and 3 B. 1 and 4 D. 3 and 4 12. The person who has the duty of giving, doing or not doing. A. Obligee C. Active subject **B. Obligor D. Creditor 13. Synonymous to obligor 1. Creditor 2. Active subject 3. Debtor 4. Passive subject 14. The object or subject matter of the obligation **A. Prestation C. Active Subject B. Vinculum D. Passive subject 15. The efficient cause or juridical tie why the obligation exists A. Active subjectB. Passive subjectC. Prestation**D. Vinculum 16. The duty not to recover what has voluntarily been paid although payment was no longer required A. Civil obligation C. Moral obligation **B. Natural obligation D. Juridical obligation 17. The following are sources of obligations derived from law, except **A. contracts C. delicts B. quasi-contracts D. quasi-delicts 18. Cannot be enforced by court action and depend exclusively upon the good conscience of the debtor.
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