Article 390. Responsibility of the creditor who ceded the claim.

The initial creditor who has assigned the claim is liable to the new creditor for the invalidity of the claim transferred to him, but is not responsible for the debtor failing to fulfill this claim, unless the original creditor accepted the guarantee for the debtor to the new creditor.

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References to other articles of chapter 24. Change of persons in the obligation:
Article 382. Grounds and procedure for transferring the rights of a creditor to another person.
Article 383. Rights that cannot be transferred to other persons.
Article 384. The scope of the rights of the creditor, transferred to another person.
Article 385. Evidence of the rights of a new creditor.
Article 386. Objections of the debtor against the claim of the new creditor.
Article 387. Transfer of creditor’s rights to another person on the basis of law.
Article 388. Conditions for the assignment of a claim.
Article 389. Form of assignment of claim.
Article 391. The condition and form of transfer of debt.
Article 392. Objections of a new debtor against a creditor’s claim.