Article 313. Fulfillment of an obligation by a third party.
1. The fulfillment of an obligation may be imposed by the debtor on a third party, if the law, other legal acts, the terms of the obligation or its substance do not imply the obligation of the debtor to fulfill the obligation personally. In this case, the creditor is obliged to accept the performance proposed for the debtor by a third party. 2. A third person who is in danger of losing his right to the debtor’s property (the right to rent, pledge or others) as a result of a creditor’s claim on this property may, at his own expense, satisfy the creditor’s claim without the debtor’s consent. In this case, the rights of the creditor under the obligation in accordance with Articles 382 - 387 of this Code are transferred to the third party.
References to other articles of chapter 22. Performance of obligations: