Article 420. The Concept of the Contract.

1. A contract is an agreement of two or several persons on the establishment, amendment or termination of civil rights and obligations. 2. The rules on bilateral and multilateral transactions provided for in Chapter 9 of this Code shall apply to contracts. 3. The general provisions on obligations (Articles 307 - 419) apply to the obligations arising from a contract, unless otherwise provided by the rules of this chapter and the rules on individual types of contracts contained in this Code. 4. For treaties concluded by more than two parties, the general provisions on a treaty shall apply, if this does not contradict the multilateral nature of such treaties.

<< Article 419 TKRF Back to table of contents Article 421 TKRF >>

Links to other articles of chapter 27. The concept and terms of the contract:
Article 421. Freedom of contract.
Article 422. Contract and Law.
Article 423. Charged and gratuitous contracts.
Article 424. Price.
Article 425. Validity of the contract.
Article 426. Public Contract.
Article 427. Approximate terms of the contract.
Article 428. Treaty of Accession.
Article 429. Preliminary agreement.
Article 430. The contract in favor of a third party.
Article 431. Interpretation of the contract.