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The Civil Code Index


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to leases of houses and rural property
 Section 2. Of particular rules in leases
 Section 3. Of the rules peculiar to farming leases
CHAPTER III. Of the hiring of labor and industry
 Section 1. Of the hiring of domestics and artificers
 Section 2. Of carriers by land and by water
 Section 3. Of estimates and works by contract
CHAPTER IV. Of lease in cheptel
 Section 1. General regulations
 Section 2. Of simple cheptel
 Section 3. Of cheptel by moiety
 Section 4. Of cheptel given by the proprietor to his farmer or joint
cultivator
 1. Of cheptel given to the farmer
 2. Of cheptel given to the joint cultivator
 Section 5. Of the contract improperly called cheptel
TITLE IX. OF THE CONTRACT OF PARTNERSHIP
CHAPTER I. General ordinances
CHAPTER II. Of the different species of partnerships
 Section 1. Of general partnerships
 Section 2. Of particular partnerships
CHAPTER III. Of the engagements of partners among themselves, and
with regard to third persons
 Section 1. Of the engagements of partners to each other
 Section 2. Of the engagements of partners with respect to third persons
CHAPTER IV. Of the different modes by which partnership is put an end
to Disposition relative to commercial partnerships
TITLE X. OF LOANS
CHAPTER I. Of loan for use, or gratuitously
 Section 1. Of the nature of loan for use
 Section 2. Of the engagements of the borrower
 Section 3. Of the engagements of the party who lends for use
CHAPTER II. Of loan for consumption, or simple loan
 Section 1. Of the nature of the loan for consumption
 Section 2. Of the obligations of the lender
 Section 3. Of the engagements of the borrower
CHAPTER III. Of loan on interest
TITLE XI. OF DEPOSIT AND SEQUESTRATION
CHAPTER I. Of deposit in general and of its different species
CHAPTER II. Of deposit properly so called
 Section 1. Of the nature and essence of the contract of deposit
 Section 2. Of voluntary deposit
 Section 3. Of the obligations of the depositary
 Section 4. Of the obligations of the party by whom the deposit was
made
 Section 5. Of necessary deposit
CHAPTER III. Of sequestration
 Section 1. Of the different descriptions of sequestration
 Section 2. Of conventional sequestration
 Section 3. Of judicial sequestration or deposit
TITLE XII. OF ALEATORY CONTRACTS
CHAPTER I. Of play and betting
CHAPTER II.
 Section 1. Of the conditions requisite to the validity of the contract
 Section 2. Of the effects of the contract between the contracting parties
TITLE XIII. OF PROCURATION
CHAPTER I. Of the nature and form of procuration
CHAPTER II. Of the obligations of the agent
CHAPTER III. Of the obligations of the principal
CHAPTER IV. Of the different modes in which procuration is terminated
TITLE XIV. OF SECURITY
CHAPTER I. Of the nature and extent. of security
CHAPTER II. Of the effect of security
 Section 1. Of the effect of security between the creditor and the surety
 Section 2. Of the effect of security between debtor and surety
 Section 3. Of the effect of security between co-aurelies
CHAPTER III. Of the extinction of security
CHAPTER IV. Of legal and judicial security
TITLE XV. OF THE COMPOUNDING OF ACTIONS
TITLE XVI. OF PERSONAL ARREST IN A CIVIL MATTER
TITLE XVII. OF PLEDGING
CHAPTER I. Of pawning
CHAPTER II. Of antichresis
TITLE XVIII. OF PRIVILEGES AND MORTGAGES
CHAPTER I. General enactments
CHAPTER II. Of privileges
 Section 1. Of privileges over moveables
 1. Of general privileges over moveables
 2. Of privileges over certain moveables
 Section 2. Of privileges over immoveables
 Section 3. Of privileges which extend over moveables as well as
immoveables
 Section 4. Of the manner in which privileges are preserved
CHAPTER III. Of mortgages
 Section 1. Of legal mortgages
 Section 2. Of judicial mortgages
 Section 3. Of conventional mortgages
 Section 4. Of the order of mortgages with regard to each other
CHAPTER IV. Of the mode of enrolment of privileges and mortgages
CHAPTER V. Of cancelling and reducing enrolments
CHAPTER VI. Of the effect of privileges and mortgages against third
persons in wrongful possession
CHAPTER VII. Of the extinction of privileges and mortgages
CHAPTER VIII. Of the mode of clearing property of privileges and
mortgages
CHAPTER IX. Of the mode of exonerating from mortgages, where no
enrolment exist, over the property of husbands and guardians
CHAPTER X. Of the publicity of the registers, and of the responsibility of
the keepers
TITLE XIX. OF FORCIBLE EJECTMENT, AND OF THE ORDER
AMONG CREDITORS
CHAPTER I. Of forcible ejectment
CHAPTER II. Of the order and distribution of the price among the
creditors
TITLE XX. OF PRESCRIPTION
CHAPTER I. General ordinances
CHAPTER II. Of possession
CHAPTER III. Of the causes which prevent prescription
CHAPTER IV. Of the causes which interrupt, or which Suspend the
course of prescription
 Section 1. Of the causes which interrupt prescription
 Section 2. Of the causes which suspend the course of prescription
CHAPTER V. Of the time required in order to prescribe
 Section 1. General ordinances
 Section 2. Of a thirty years' prescription
 Section 3. Of prescription by ten and twenty years
 Section 4. Of some particular prescriptions
 
Bibliography
Code Napoleon; or, The French Civil Code. Literally Translated from the
Original and Official Edition, Published at Paris, in 1804. By a Barrister of the
Inner Temple. Translation attributed to George Spence (cf. Cushing's Anonyms:
A Dictionary of Revealed Authorship and Halkett & Laing's Dictionary of
Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature and in the Dictionary of
National Biography). London: Published by William Benning, Law Bookseller,
1827. xix, 627 pages.
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