CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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1590. An obligation confers on the creditor the right to demand that the obligation be performed in full, properly and without delay.
Where the debtor fails to perform his obligation without justification on his part and he is in default, the creditor may, without prejudice to his right to the performance of the obligation in whole or in part by equivalence,
(1)  force specific performance of the obligation;
(2)  obtain, in the case of a contractual obligation, the resolution or resiliation of the contract or the reduction of his own correlative obligation;
(3)  take any other measure provided by law to enforce his right to the performance of the obligation.
1991, c. 64, a. 1590.