Article 577. Refusal to execute a gift contract.
1. A donor has the right to refuse to perform a contract containing a promise to transfer a thing or a right to a donee in the future, or to release a donee from a property obligation, if after entering into a contract the property or marital status or donor’s health has changed so much that the execution of the contract in the new conditions will lead to a significant decrease level of his life. 2. A donor shall have the right to refuse to perform a contract containing a promise to transfer a thing or a right in the future to the donee, or to release the donee from his property obligation, on the grounds giving him the right to cancel the donation (clause 1 of Article 578). 3. The refusal of the donor to perform the contract of donation on the grounds provided for by clauses 1 and 2 of this article does not give the donee the right to claim damages.
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