Article 419. Termination of an Obligation by Liquidation of a Legal Entity

The obligation is terminated by the liquidation of a legal entity (debtor or creditor), unless the law or other legal acts impose the obligation of the liquidated legal entity on another person (on claims for compensation for harm caused to life or health, etc.).

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References to other articles of chapter 26. Termination of obligations:
Article 407. Grounds for termination of obligations.
Article 408. Termination of an Obligation by Performance
Article 409. Retreat.
Article 410. Termination of the obligation by offset.
Article 411. Cases of inadmissibility of offsetting.
Article 412. Set off upon assignment of a claim.
Article 413. Termination of the obligation by the coincidence of the debtor and the creditor in one person.
Article 414. Termination of Obligation by Novation.
Article 415. Forgiveness of a debt.
Article 416. Termination of an Obligation by Impossibility of Fulfillment.
Article 417. Termination of an obligation on the basis of an act of a state body
Article 418. Termination of the obligation by the death of a citizen.