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compliance with the condition, the donation maynow be revoked and all rights which the doneemay have acquired under it shall be deemed lostand extinguished.(Central Philippine University v.CA, G.R. No. 112127, July 17, 1995)Q: What does a constructive fulfillment of acondition entail?A:Whenthedebtoractuallypreventsthefulfillment of the condition, then said conditionshall be deemed fulfilled.UN I V E R S I T Y O FSA N T OTO M A SFacultaddeDerechoCivilACADEMICSCHAIR:LESTERJAYALANE. FLORESIIVICECHAIRSFORACADEMICS:KARENJOYG. SABUGO& JOHNHENRYC. MENDOZAVICECHAIR FORADMINISTRATION ANDFINANCE: JEANELLEC. LEEVICECHAIRS FORLAYOUTANDDESIGN:EARLLOUIEM. MASACAYAN& THEENAC. MARTINEZ2. POTESTATIVE CONDITIONQ: When is a condition said to be potestative?A:When the condition depends upon the will ofone of the contracting parties.Q: Does a condition which depends upon the willof the debtor invalidate both the condition andthe obligation? What about a condition whichdepends upon the will of the creditor?A:Yes. This is because its validity and complianceis left to the will of the debtor, and cannotthereforebeeasilydemanded.Butifthecondition is a preexisting one, only the conditionis void, leaving the obligation itself valid. Further,if the condition is resolutory, it is valid becausewhat is left to the sole will of the debtor is not theexistence or the fulfillment of the obligation butmerely its extinguishment.If the fulfillment depends upon the will of thecreditor, in any case, both the condition and theobligation are valid.Q: What are the effects of the fulfillment of asuspensive condition?A:1.Real obligations:GR:Effectsretroacttothedayofconstitution of the obligation.XPN:No retroactivity as to;a. fruitsb. interestsXPNtotheXPN:Theremayberetroactivityastothefruitsandinterests in unilateral obligations if suchintention appears2.Personalobligationsthecourtdetermines the retroactive effect of thecondition fulfilled.Q: What are the effects of the fulfillment of aresolutory condition?A:1.Real obligations:a.obligation is extinguishedb.Parties shall return to each otherwhat they have received.2.Personalobligationsthecourtdetermines the retroactive effect of thecondition fulfilled.Q: What are the other types of conditions?A: CaMPNIDCAPI1.Casualthe performance or fulfillmentof the condition depends upon chanceand/or the will of a third person2.Mixedthe performance or fulfillmentof the condition depends partly uponthe will of a party to the obligation andpartly upon chance and/or the will of athird person3.Positiveinvolves the doing of an act4.Negativeinvolves the omission of anact5.Divisibleissusceptibleofpartialperformance6.Indivisibleis not susceptible of partialperformance7.Conjunctivethereareseveralconditions in an obligation all of whichmust be performed8.Alternativethereareseveral