Article 592. The right of the payer to redeem permanent rent.
1. The payer of the permanent rent has the right to refuse from the further payment of the rent through its redemption. 2. Such a waiver is valid provided that it is declared by the payer of rent in writing no later than three months before the termination of the payment of rent or for a longer period stipulated by the contract of permanent rent. At the same time, the obligation to pay rent is not terminated until the recipient receives the full amount of the buyout, unless a different buyout procedure is provided by the contract. 3. The condition of the permanent rent contract on the refusal of the permanent rent payer of the right to its redemption is void. The contract may provide that the right to redeem permanent rent cannot be exercised during the life of the recipient of rent or for a period not exceeding thirty years from the date of the conclusion of the contract.
References to other articles of chapter 33. Rent and life maintenance with a dependency: