Article 365. Rights of the guarantor who has fulfilled the obligation.
1. The rights of the creditor under this obligation and the rights that belonged to the creditor as the pledgee shall pass to the guarantor who fulfilled the obligation to the extent that the guarantor satisfied the creditor's claim. The guarantor also has the right to demand from the debtor payment of interest on the amount paid to the creditor, and compensation for other losses incurred in connection with the responsibility for the debtor. 2. Upon fulfillment of the obligations by the guarantor, the creditor is obliged to hand the documents to the guarantor certifying the claim against the debtor, and to transfer the rights securing this claim. 3. The rules established by this article shall apply, unless otherwise provided by law, other legal acts or the contract of the surety with the debtor and does not follow from the relations between them.
References to other articles of chapter 23. Ensuring the fulfillment of obligations: