Article 335. Pledger.
1. The pledger can be either the debtor himself or a third party. 2. The pledger of a thing may be its owner or a person who has the right of economic control over it. The person to whom the thing belongs under the right of economic management has the right to pledge it without the consent of the owner in the cases provided for by paragraph 2 of Article 295 of this Code. 3. The pledger of the right may be the person to whom the pledged right belongs. The pledge of the right to rent or another right to someone else's thing is not allowed without the consent of its owner or a person who has the right of economic management, if the alienation of this right is prohibited by law or agreement.
References to other articles of chapter 23. Ensuring the fulfillment of obligations: