Article 983. Consequences of disapproval by an interested party of actions in his interest.
1. Actions in another's interest, committed after the one who commits them, has learned that they are not approved by the interested person, do not entail for the latter obligations in relation to the perpetrator of these actions, or in relation to third parties. 2. Actions to prevent danger to the life of a person who is in danger are allowed against the will of that person, and the duty to maintain someone is against the will of the person to whom this duty lies.
References to other articles of chapter 50. Actions in another's interest without instructions: