Article 327. Fulfillment of an obligation by depositing a debt.
1. The debtor shall have the right to deposit money or securities due from him to the notary’s deposit, and in the cases established by law to the court’s deposit - if the obligation cannot be discharged by the debtor due to: 1) the absence of the creditor or the person authorized by him to accept performance in the place where the obligation must be discharged; 2) the incapacity of the creditor and the absence of his representative; 3) the apparent lack of certainty about who is the creditor of the obligation, in particular in connection with the dispute on this issue between the creditor and other persons; 4) the creditor’s evasion of accepting a performance or other delay on his part. 2. The deposit of a sum of money or securities in a deposit of a notary or a court shall be considered the fulfillment of an obligation. The notary or the court, in whose deposit money or securities are deposited, notifies the creditor thereof.
References to other articles of chapter 22. Performance of obligations: