Article 899. The obligation of the bailor to take the thing back.
1. Upon expiry of the stipulated period of storage or the period provided by the depositary for the return receipt of the thing on the basis of clause 3 of Article 889 of this Code, the bailor shall immediately take the thing transferred for storage. 2. If the depositor fails to fulfill his obligation to return the thing transferred for storage, including when he evades receiving the item, the keeper shall have the right, unless otherwise provided by the storage agreement, after a written warning to the depositor to sell the item independently at the price prevailing at the place of storage, and if the value of the item is estimated at more than one hundred times the minimum wage established by law, auction it in the manner provided for in Articles 447 - 449 of this Code. The amount received from the sale of the thing shall be transferred to the bailor, less the sums due to the custodian, including its expenses for the sale of the thing.
References to other articles of chapter 47. Storage: