Article 980. Conditions for action in another's interest.
1. Actions without instructions, other instructions or prior promised consent of the interested person in order to prevent harm to his person or property, performance of his obligation or in his other non-legitimate interests (actions in someone else's interest) must be made on the basis of obvious benefits or benefits and actual or probable the intentions of the person concerned and with the necessary due care of the circumstances of the case. 2. The rules provided for by this chapter do not apply to actions in the interest of other persons, committed by state and municipal authorities, for which such actions are one of the goals of their activities.
References to other articles of chapter 50. Actions in another's interest without instructions: