Article 416. Termination of an Obligation by Impossibility of Fulfillment.
1. An obligation is terminated by the impossibility of performance if it is caused by a circumstance for which neither of the parties is responsible. 2. If it is impossible for the debtor to fulfill the obligation caused by the guilty actions of the creditor, the latter shall not have the right to demand the return of the obligation performed by him.
References to other articles of chapter 26. Termination of obligations: