Article 973. Execution of instructions in accordance with the instructions of the principal.
1. The attorney is obliged to execute the order given to him in accordance with the instructions of the principal. The instructions of the principal must be valid, feasible and specific. 2. The attorney shall have the right to deviate from the instructions of the principal if, in the circumstances of the case, this is necessary in the interests of the principal and the attorney could not previously request the principal or did not receive an answer to his request within a reasonable time. The attorney is obliged to notify the principal of the deviations made as soon as notification becomes possible. 3. An attorney acting as a commercial representative (clause 1 of Article 184) may be granted by the principal the right to withdraw in the interests of the principal from his instructions without first requesting it. In this case, the commercial representative is obliged to notify the principal of the deviations made within a reasonable time, unless otherwise provided by the contract of assignment.
References to other articles of chapter 49. Assignment: