Article 826. Monetary claim ceded in order to obtain financing.
1. The subject of the assignment for which the financing is provided may be both a cash claim, the payment term for which has already arrived (the existing claim), and the right to receive funds that will arise in the future (a future claim). The monetary claim that is the subject of the assignment must be defined in the client’s contract with the financial agent in a way that identifies the existing claim at the time of the conclusion of the contract, and the future requirement no later than at the time of its occurrence. 2. In the event of the assignment of a future monetary claim, it is considered to be transferred to the financial agent after the right to receive the funds from the debtor, which are the subject of the assignment of the requirement provided by the contract. If the assignment of a monetary claim is due to a specific event, it becomes effective after the occurrence of this event. Additional registration of the assignment of the monetary claim in these cases is not required.
References to other articles of chapter 43. Financing under the assignment of a monetary claim: