18S.

Limits of Contractual Relation - In General.

189-190.

Imposing Liability on Third Persons.

191-192.

Conferring Rights on Third Persons.

193.

Assignment of Contracts - In General.

194.

Assignment of Liabilities by Act of Parties.

195-197.

Assignment of Rights by Act of Parties.

198.

Assignment by Operation of Law.

199.

On Transfer of Interests in Land.

200.

On Marriage.

201.

On Death.

202.

Joint and Several Contracts - In General.

203-204.

Joint Contracts.

205-206.

Several Contracts.

207.

Contracts both Joint and Several.

208.

Contribution between Joint Debtors.

Thus far we have endeavored to show what is necessary to the formation and existence of a valid, contract. Having ascertained this, we must next consider its effect when formed. In doing so we will first ascertain to whom the obligation of a contract extends, or who have rights or liabilities under it. Then we shall ascertain the extent to which the rights and liabilities may be assigned or pass to others than the original parties. After that we will consider the operation and effect of a contract having several parties on one or both sides.