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Art. 1305.

A contract is a meeting of minds between two persons whereby one ________himself, with respect to the other,
to ______ something or to __________ some service. (1254a)
Art. 1306. The ________________ parties may __________such___________, clauses, terms and conditions as they may
___________ convenient, __________they are not ______to law, morals, ____________, ___________, or public policy.
Art. 1307. _________contracts shall be ___________by the ____________ of the parties, by the provisions of Titles I and II
of this Book, by the rules ______________the most _____________nominate contracts, and by the ______________ of
the______________. (n)
Art. 1308. The contract must _________both contracting parties; its _____________or ____________cannot be left to the
will of one of them. (1256a)
Art. 1309. The _________________of the performance may be ___________to a third person, whose ____________shall
not be ___________until it has been made _________to both contracting parties. (n)
Art. 1310. The _________________shall not be _____________if it is _____________inequitable. In such case, the
______________shall decide what is equitable under the circumstances. (n)
Art. 1311. Contracts take effect _________ between the parties, their ___________and __________, except in case where
the _____________and obligations arising from the contract are not ______________by their___________, or by
________________ or by provision of law. The ____________is not __________beyond the value of the ____________ he
______________from the ______________.
If a contract should __________some _______________ in favor of a third person, he may demand its ______________
provided he _______________ his ______________ to the ___________ before its ____________. A mere
____________benefit or interest of a _____________is not sufficient. The contracting parties must have ____________and
deliberately ________________a _____________ upon a third person. (1257a)
Art. 1312. In contracts ________________ real rights, third persons who ____________into _____________of the object of
the contract are ___________ thereby, subject to the provisions of the _____________________ and the Land Registration
Laws. (n)
Art. 1313. ___________________ are ___________________ in cases of contracts intended to ____________ them. (n)
Art. 1314. Any third person who ______________ another to __________ his contract shall be ___________ for damages
to the other contracting party. (n)
Art. 1315. Contracts are ________________by _____________consent, and from that ____________ the parties are
bound not only to the ______________________ of what has been expressly _________________but also to all the
__________________which, according to their ____________, may be in _____________ with good faith,
______________and law. (1258)
Art. 1316. __________ contracts, such as deposit, ___________ and Commodatum, are not ___________ until the
_______________of the object of the_________________. (n)
Art. 1317. No one may _____________ in the name of ____________ without being _______________by the latter, or
unless he has by law a ________ to ________________ him.
A contract entered into in the name of another by _________who has no ______________or _____________
representation, or who has ____________ beyond his ___________, shall be ________________, unless it is
_____________, expressly or impliedly, by the person on whose behalf it has been______________, before it
__________________by the other contracting party. (1259a)

Art. 1318. There is no contract unless the following requisites concur:
(1) _____________of the contracting parties;
(2) Object _____________which is the subject matter of the contract;
(3) ________________of the obligation which is_______________. (1261)
SECTION 1. - Consent
Art. 1319. Consent is ___________________ by the meeting of the offer and the acceptance upon the ___________ and
the ____________ which are to ____________ the contract. The offer must be ___________ and the acceptance
_____________. A _____________ acceptance __________________ a counter-offer.
Acceptance made by letter or ______________ does not bind the _______________except from the ___________ it came
to his knowledge. The contract, in such a case, is ________________to have been _______________ into in the
___________where the offer was ____________. (1262a)
Art. 1320. An ___________ may be ______________ or ______________. (n)
Art. 1321. The ____________making the offer may _____________the time, place, and _____________ of acceptance, all
of which must be _____________ with. (n)
Art. 1322. An ___________ made through an ________________ is accepted from the ______________ acceptance is
_____________ to him. (n)
Art. 1323. An offer becomes _____________ upon the death, __________________, insanity, or ______________ of either
party before acceptance is ________________. (n)
Art. 1324. When the _____________has ______________ the offeree a __________ period to accept, the offer may
_____________ at any time before acceptance by ________________ such withdrawal, except when the
________________is _____________ upon a consideration, as ______________ paid or promised. (n)
Art. 1325. Unless it ________________ otherwise, business _______________ of things for ____________are not
_____________offers, but mere _____________to make an offer. (n)
Art. 1326. ________________for bidders are ____________invitations to make ______________, and the ____________
is not bound to accept the highest or lowest bidder, unless the contrary appears. (n)
Art. 1327. The following cannot give consent to a contract:
(1) __________________minors;
(2) Insane or ____________persons, and ______________ who do not know how to write. (1263a)
Art. 1328. Contracts entered into _______________ a ______________interval are valid. Contracts agreed to in a state of
_______________or during a hypnotic spell are _________________. (n)
Art. 1329. The ____________declared in Article 1327 is subject to the modification _______________ by law, and is
understood to be without prejudice to ______________ disqualifications _______________ in the laws. (1264)

Art. 1330. A contract where consent is given through ____________, violence, _____________,______________________
or fraud is voidable. (1265a)
Art. 1331. In order that ______________ may ____________ consent, it should ____________to the ____________of the
_____________ which is the object of the contract, or to those conditions which have _______________ moved one or
both parties to enter into the contract.
___________________as to the identity or ______________ of one of the parties will ____________ consent only when
such identity or qualifications have been the principal ____________ of the contract.
A ______________ mistake of ____________ shall give rise to its ____________. (1266a)
Art. 1332. When one of the parties is unable to read, or if the contract is in a language not understood by him, and mistake
or fraud is____________, the person _______________-the contract must show that the ____________-thereof have been
______________ explained to the former. (n)
Art. 1333. There is no mistake if the party alleging it knew the _____________, _____________ or risk affecting the object
of the contract. (n)
Art. 1334. Mutual ____________ as to the legal effect of an ____________ when the real purpose of the
_________________ is ________________, may vitiate consent. (n)
Art. 1335. There is ______________ when in order to _______________ consent, ________________ or
_______________ force is employed.
There is _______________ when one of the contracting parties is ____________ by a _____________ and well-grounded
______________ of an _____________ and grave evil upon his person or property, or upon the person or property of his
spouse, descendants or ascendants, to give his consent.
To ________________ the _______________ of intimidation, the age, sex and condition of the person shall be
___________ in mind.
A _____________t to __________ one's claim through competent authority, if the claim is __________ or legal, does not
vitiate consent. (1267a)
Art. 1336. _______________ or intimidation shall ______________ the obligation, although it may have
been_________________ by a third person who did not take part in the contract. (1268)
Art. 1337. There is _______________influence when a person _____________ improper ________________ of his power
over the __________________ of another, depriving the latter of a ______________ freedom of choice. The following
circumstances shall be considered: the _________________ , family, ______________and other ____________ between
the parties, or the ______________ that the person alleged to have been unduly influenced was__________________ from
mental weakness, or was ____________ or in _____________ distress. (n)
Art. 1338. There is ______________ when, through _______________ words or _______________ of one of the
contracting parties, the other is ______________ to enter into a contract which, without them, he would not have
_____________ to. (1269)
Art. 1339. _______________ to disclose facts, when there is a _________ to reveal them, as when the parties are
_____________ by confidential relations, ____________________ fraud. (n)
Art. 1340. The usual ________________ in trade, when the other party had an ______________ to know the
_____________, are not in _________________ fraudulent. (n)
Art. 1341. A mere ______________ of an opinion does not ____________ fraud, unless made by an _____________ and
the other party has ___________ on the former's ____________knowledge. (n)

Art. 1342. ____________________ by a third person does not vitiate consent, unless such misrepresentation has
______________ substantial ________________ and the same is ____________. (n)
Art. 1343. Misrepresentation made in good faith is not fraudulent but may constitute ___________. (n)
Art. 1344. In order that ___________ may make a contract _____________, it should be _________ and should not have
been ______________ by both contracting parties.
______________ fraud only ______________ the person employing it to pay ___________. (1270)
Art. 1345. _______________ of a contract may be ______________ or relative. The former takes place when the parties do
not _____________ to be bound at all; the latter, when the parties ___________ their ____________agreement. (n)
Art. 1346. An _______________ simulated or fictitious contract is void. A _____________ simulation, when it does not
prejudice a third person and is not ____________ for any purpose contrary to law, morals, good customs, public order or
public policy ______________ the parties to their real ____________. (n)

SECTION 2. - Object of Contracts

Art. 1347. All things which are__________ outside the _____________ of men, including future things, may be the object of
a contract. All rights which are not _______________may also be the object of contracts.
No contract may be entered into upon ______________inheritance except in cases ______________ authorized by law.
All ________________ which are not contrary to law, morals, good customs, public order or public policy may likewise be
the object of a contract. (1271a)
Art. 1348. ________________ things or ______________ cannot be the object of contracts. (1272)
Art. 1349. The ___________ of every contract must be ______________ as to its ___________. The fact that the
_________________ is not determinate shall not be an ____________ to the existence of the contract, provided it is
__________________ to determine the same, without the __________ of a _________contract between the parties. (1273)

SECTION 3. - Cause of Contracts

Art. 1350. In _______________ contracts the cause is understood to be, for each contracting party, the ________________
or promise of a__________ or service by the other; in _______________ ones, the ______________ or benefit which is
remunerated; and in contracts of pure ______________, the mere ________________of the benefactor. (1274)
Art. 1351. The _________________ motives of the parties in entering into a contract are ____________ from the cause
thereof. (n)
Art. 1352. Contracts without cause, or with unlawful cause, ______________ no effect whatever. The cause is unlawful if it
is contrary to law, morals, good customs, public order or public policy. (1275a)
Art. 1353. The ______________ of a ___________ cause in contracts shall ____________them void, if it should not be
______________that they were __________________ upon another cause which is true and _______________. (1276)
Art. 1354. ______________ the cause is not ___________ in the contract, it is ______________ that it _____________
and is lawful, unless the debtor ___________ the contrary. (1277)
Art. 1355. Except in cases specified by law, _____________ or __________ of cause shall not _____________a contract,
unless there has been _____________, mistake or undue influence. (n)