Part Ⅱ Obligations
Chapter I General Provisions
Section 6 - Extinction Of Obligations
Sub-section 1 General Provision
When the obligations are extinguished, the securities furnished for its performance, and other accessory rights are extinguished simultaneously.
Once an obligation has been wholly extinguished, the debtor may require the creditor to return or cancel the deed in which the obligation is embodied. If the obligation has been only partially extinguished, or if the deed entitles the creditor to exercise other rights, the debtor may demand that particulars of the extinction to be endorsed into the deed.
If the creditor alleges that he cannot return or endorse the deed, the debtor may require from the creditor a publicly certified acknowledgment showing that the obligation has been extinguished.