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Article 1156: An obligation is a juridical necessity to give, to do, or not to do.
(Example)Question: A has promised to deliver a horse to X on May 10, 2010. Unfortunately, before the date of delivery, the horse died, being struck by lightning, before the date of delivery.Would A be liable for the death of the horse?Answer: No. A will not be liable.Invoking Article...um...uh...I forgot.Wait.Since the horse died through a fortuitous event, and that the person who was obliged to deliver the horse took extraordinary care of the horse, he cannot be liable. Invoking Article 1174 of the Civil Code, acts of God, like typhoons, earthquakes or lightning are inevitable, therefore, relieving him of liability. Unless otherwise stated by law, or when A acted in bad faith, he is liable.