Article 939. Fulfillment of obligations under an insurance contract by the insured and beneficiary.
1. The conclusion of an insurance contract for the benefit of the beneficiary, including when it is an insured person, does not relieve the policyholder from fulfilling the obligations under this contract unless the contract provides otherwise or the policyholder’s obligations are performed by the person in whose favor the contract is concluded. 2. The insurer shall have the right to demand from the beneficiary, including when the beneficiary is the insured person, to fulfill obligations under the insurance contract, including obligations imposed on the policyholder but not fulfilled by him, upon presentation by the beneficiary of a claim for payment of insurance compensation under the property insurance or the sum insured under a personal insurance contract. The risk of the consequences of failure to fulfill or late fulfillment of duties that should have been fulfilled earlier is borne by the beneficiary.
References to other articles of chapter 48. Insurance: