Article 1038. Preservation of the contract of commercial concession in force at the change of the parties.

1. Transfer to another person of any exclusive right included in the complex of exclusive rights granted to the user is not a basis for changing or terminating the agreement of the commercial concession. The new rightholder becomes a party to this contract in terms of the rights and obligations relating to the transferred exclusive right. 2. In the event of the death of the right holder, his rights and obligations under the contract of commercial concession shall be transferred to the heir, provided that he is registered or within six months from the date of opening the inheritance is registered as an individual entrepreneur. Otherwise, the contract is terminated. The exercise of the rights and duties of the deceased holder until the heir accepts these rights and obligations or prior to registering the heir as an individual entrepreneur is carried out by a manager appointed by a notary.

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References to other articles of chapter 54. Commercial concession:
Article 1027. Agreement on commercial concession.
Article 1028. Form and registration of the agreement of the commercial concession.
Article 1029. Commercial subconcession.
Article 1030. Remuneration under the agreement of commercial concession.
Article 1031. Obligations of the copyright holder.
Article 1032. Duties of the user.
Article 1033. Restrictions on the rights of the parties under a commercial concession agreement.
Article 1034. Responsibility of the right holder for the requirements of the user.
Article 1035. The right of the user to enter into a contract of commercial concession for a new term.
Article 1036. Amendment of the agreement of commercial concession.
Article 1037. Termination of a contract of commercial concession.
Article 1039. Consequences of a change of company name or commercial designation of the holder.
Article 1040. Consequences of the termination of the exclusive right, the use of which is granted under a contract of commercial concession.