Article 984. Compensation of damages to a person acting in another's interest.
1. Necessary expenses and other real damage incurred by a person acting in another's interest in accordance with the rules provided for in this Chapter shall be reimbursed by the interested person, with the exception of expenses caused by the actions specified in paragraph 1 of Article 983 of this Code. The right to reimbursement of necessary expenses and other real damage is preserved also in the case when the actions in another's interest did not lead to the intended result. However, in case of prevention of damage to the property of another person, the amount of compensation should not exceed the value of the property. 2. Costs and other losses of a person acting in another's interest, incurred by him in connection with actions taken after receiving approval from the interested person (Article 982), shall be reimbursed according to the rules on the relevant type of contract.
References to other articles of chapter 50. Actions in another's interest without instructions: