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Código Civil Art 670 a 696

Código Civil   Art  670 a 696


Art. 670. For the sums that he should deliver to the client
or received for expense, but employed for profit yours, the representative shall pay interest,
moment when abused. Art. 671. If the agent, having funds or credit
the client, to buy, in his own name, something that you should buy for the client, for having
been expressly appointed in the mandate, this action to compel you to hand over the
bought thing. Art. 672. Two or more appointed representatives
on the same instrument, any of them may exercise the powers granted, if they are not
expressly declared joint, nor specifically designated for different acts, or subordinate
successive acts. If the representatives are declared joint,
the act performed without interference will not be effective of all, except in the case of ratification,
will retroact to the date of the act. Art. 673. The third one who, after knowing the powers
of the agent, with him to sign a deal exorbitant legal power of the mandate, has
action against the agent, unless the agent promised him ratification of the principal or
took personal responsibility. Art. 674. Although aware of death, interdiction or change
status of the principal, the principal must complete the business already started, if any
danger in delay. Section III
Mandatory Obligations Art. 675. The principal is obliged to satisfy all
the obligations entered into by the trustee, in accordance with the mandate given, and advance
the importance of the necessary expenses for execution, when the agent
ask. Art. 676. The principal is obliged to pay the principal
the adjusted remuneration and expenses of the execution of the mandate, even though the business
does not have the expected effect, except the trustee blames it. Art. 677. The sums advanced by the trustee, for
execution of the mandate, bear interest from the date of disbursement. Art. 678. The principal is also obliged to reimburse
to the trustee the losses he suffers from the execution of the mandate, whenever they do not
your fault or excessive powers. Art. 679. Even if the representative disagrees with the instructions
of the principal if it does not exceed the mandate, the principal will be obliged to
with those with whom your attorney has contracted; but you will have against this action for the losses
and damages resulting from failure to observe instructions. Art. 680. If the mandate is granted by two or more
people, and for common business, each will be jointly and severally liable to the representative
for all the commitments and effects of the mandate, except regressive right, for the amounts that
pay, against the other principals. Art. 681. The agent has about the thing that has
possession under the mandate, right to retention, even reimbursement than performance
of the charge he spent. Section IV
Extinction of Mandate Art. 682. The mandate ends: I – by revocation or resignation; II – for the death or interdiction of one of the
parts; III – for the change of state that disables
the principal to confer the powers, or the principal to exercise them; IV – by the end of the term or by the conclusion
of business. Art. 683. When the mandate contains the irrevocability clause
and the client revokes it, he will pay damages. Art. 684. When the irrevocability clause is
condition of a bilateral business, or has stipulated in the exclusive interest of the
representative, revocation of the mandate ineffective. Art. 685. Granted the mandate with the “concerned” clause
own “, its revocation will not be effective, nor will it be extinguished by the death of any
of the parties, the representative being dismissed accountable, and being able to transfer to
the movable or immovable property covered by the mandate, legal formalities are obeyed. Art. 686. The revocation of the mandate, notified only
to the agent, you cannot oppose third parties who, ignoring her, in good faith dealt with him;
but the actions are saved to the constituent that in the case may fit against the prosecutor. Single paragraph. The mandate containing powers is irrevocable
compliance or business confirmation to which it is linked. Art. 687. So much so that the representative is informed of the
appointment of another, for the same business, the previous mandate will be considered revoked. Art. 688. The resignation of the mandate will be communicated to the
principal, which, if harmed by its inopportune, or due to lack of time, the
order to replace the proxy, shall be indemnified by the agent, unless
this proves that it could not continue in the mandate without considerable damage, and that does not
it was given to underestimate. Art. 689. Are valid, with respect to the contractors
in good faith, the acts adjusted thereto in name of the principal by the trustee, while
ignoring his death or extinction term of office, for any other reason. Art. 690. If the agent dies, the deal is pending
committed to him, the heirs, having knowledge mandate, will notify the principal, and provide
for his sake, as circumstances demand. Art. 691. The heirs, in the case of the previous article,
should be limited to conservative measures, or continue the pending business that
cannot take long without danger, regulating their services within that limit, by
same standards as those of the trustee are subjects. Section V
Judicial Mandate Art. 692. The judicial mandate is subject to the rules
that concern you, contained in the legislation procedural, and, supplementarily, to those established
in this Code. CHAPTER XI
From the Commission Art. 693. The purpose of the commission contract is to acquire
or the sale of goods by the commissioner, in his name, to the principal’s account. Art. 694. The commissioner is directly obliged to
with the people with whom to hire, without they have no action against the principal, nor
this against them, unless the commissioner gives in their rights to either party. Art. 695. The commissioner is obliged to act accordingly
with the orders and instructions of the principal, should, failing these, not be able to ask for them
in time, proceed according to usage in cases similar. Single paragraph. The acts of the Commissioner will be considered justified,
if there is an advantage for them principal, and even in the case where, not admitting
the deal takes time, the commissioner acted according to the uses. Art. 696. In carrying out his duties, the Commissioner
is obliged to act with care and diligence, not only to avoid any damage to the
principal, but still to provide you with the profit that could reasonably be expected
of business. Single paragraph. The Commissioner will reply, unless
force majeure, for any damage that, by action or omission, cause the principal.

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