Article 1056. Cancellation of the public promise of reward.
1. A person who has announced publicly about the payment of a reward has the right to refuse this promise in the same form, except when the ad itself provides for or denies the refusal or gives a certain time limit for performing the action for which the reward is promised, or by Announcements of refusal One or several respondents have already performed the action specified in the announcement. 2. Canceling a public promise of a reward does not exempt the one who declared the reward from reimbursing the returnees of expenses incurred by them in connection with the action specified in the announcement, within the limits of the reward indicated in the announcement.
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