Article 812. Contesting a loan agreement.
1. The borrower has the right to dispute the loan agreement for its cashlessness, arguing that money or other things were not actually received by him from the lender or received in a smaller amount than specified in the contract. 2. If a loan agreement is to be made in writing (Article 808), it is not allowed to dispute on lack of money by means of testimony, unless the contract was concluded under the influence of fraud, violence, threat, malicious agreement of the representative of the borrower with the lender or confusion harsh circumstances. 3. If, in the process of challenging the loan agreement by the borrower, according to his cashlessness, it is established that money or other things were not actually received from the lender, the loan agreement shall be deemed not concluded. When money or things are actually received by the borrower from the lender in a smaller amount than specified in the contract, the contract is considered concluded for that amount of money or things.
References to other articles of chapter 42. Loan and credit: