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1. sources

1.1. Justinian's obligation source

1.1.1. quasi-contracts

1.1.2. quasi-delicts

1.2. contracts

1.2.1. Detail 1

1.2.2. Detail 2

1.3. delicts

1.3.1. private matter in roman times

1.3.2. duty to compensate

2. Causa contractus

2.1. agreement + formal words

2.2. agreement + delivery

2.3. agreement + writing

2.4. agreement only was exception

3. Obligation classification

3.1. Civil obligations

3.1.1. enforced through an action

3.2. Natural

3.2.1. not enforced through an action

3.3. Obligationes bonae fidei

3.3.1. flexibility in judicial process

3.3.2. good faith principles

3.4. Obligationes stricti iuris

3.4.1. ius civile

4. unilateral contracts

4.1. Only one obligation

4.2. One party needs to perform

4.3. Second party has right to performance

5. reciprocal contracts

5.1. Two obligations

5.2. Both have rights

5.2.1. performance

5.2.2. duty to perform

5.3. both debtor and creditor

5.4. my right is your duty & vice versa

6. imperfectly reciprocal

6.1. unilateral in principle

6.2. debtor may have claim for damages

6.3. Objective 3

7. quasi-contracts

7.1. types

7.1.1. unilateral

7.1.2. bilateral

8. J's classification of contracts

8.1. contractus consensus

8.1.1. mere agreement

8.2. contractus verbis

8.2.1. formal words

8.3. contractus re

8.3.1. after delivery

8.4. contractus litteris

8.4.1. through writing

9. Delict

9.1. creates obligation

9.2. quasi-delict

10. Termination of obligations

10.1. Performance

10.2. Release

10.3. Compensation

10.4. Merger

10.5. Novation