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Art. 1954.

A contract whereby one person transfers the ownership of non-fungible


things to another with the obligation on the part of the latter to give things of the
same kind, quantity, and quality be considered a barter. COMMENT: (1) Barter of
Non-Consumable Things Here, the word non-fungible does not really mean
nonfungible but non-consumable. Reason: If the thing were really non-fungible, the
identical thing must be returned. Here, an equivalent thing is returned. (2) Example
A got a fountain pen from B and he (A) became the owner thereof, with the
obligation of giving another pen of