California Civil Code Sections 1473-1479
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- California Civil Code Section 1473
Full performance of an obligation, by the party whose duty it is to perform it, or by any other person on his behalf, and with...
- California Civil Code Section 1474
Performance of an obligation, by one of several persons who are jointly liable under it, extinguishes the liability of all.
- California Civil Code Section 1475
An obligation in favor of several persons is extinguished by performance rendered to any of them, except in the case of a deposit made by...
- California Civil Code Section 1476
If a creditor, or any one of two or more joint creditors, at any time directs the debtor to perform his obligation in a particular...
- California Civil Code Section 1477
A partial performance of an indivisible obligation extinguishes a corresponding proportion thereof, if the benefit of such performance is voluntarily retained by the creditor, but...
- California Civil Code Section 1478
Performance of an obligation for the delivery of money only, is called payment.
- California Civil Code Section 1479
Section Fourteen Hundred and Seventy-nine. Where a debtor, under several obligations to another, does an act, by way of performance, in whole or in part,...
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Last modified: October 1, 2013