The provisions of the Law on Obligations govern the requirements for fulfilling debts with several debtors or creditors. When fulfilling duties with many debtors or creditors, dividing obligations into divisible and indivisible is important because it determines mutual relations and obligations between debtors or creditors based on the execution of
Dividing an Obligation and a Claim
An obligation shall be divisible if what is owed can be divided and fulfilled into parts having the same features as the entire subject, and should what is divided lose nothing in value; otherwise, the obligation shall be indivisible.
Should several debtors exist in a divisible obligation, such obligation shall be divided between them in equal shares unless a different kind of division is determined, and each shall be liable for his share of the obligation. Continue reading Obligations with several debtors or creditors