Article 82 Assigned Rights Subject to Accrued Defenses of Obligor
Upon receipt of the notice of assignment of the obligee's right, the obligor may, in respect of the assignee, avail itself of any defense it has against the assignor.
Article 83 Availability of Set-off to Obligor
Upon receipt of the notice of assignment of the obligee's right, if the obligor has any right to performance by the assignor which is due before or at the same time as the assigned obligee's right, the obligor may avail itself of any set-off against the assignee.
Article 84 Delegation of Obligations Subject to Consent by Obligee
where the obligor delegates its obligations under a contract in whole or in part to a third person, such delegation is subject to consent by the obligee.
Article 85 Availability of Defenses to New Obligor
Where the obligor has delegated an obligation, the new obligor may avail itself of any of the original obligor's defenses against the obligee.
Article 86 Assumption of Incidental Obligation in Case of Delegation
Where the obligor delegates an obligation, the new obligor shall assume any incidental obligation associated with the main obligation, except where such incidental obligation is exclusively personal to the original obligor.
Article 87 Assignment Subject to Approval
Where the obligee's assignment of a right or the obligor's delegation of an obligation is subject to any procedure such as approval or registration, etc. as required by a relevant law or administrative regulation, such provision applies.
Article 88 Concurrent Assignment and Delegation
Upon consent by the other party, one party may concurrently assign its rights and delegate its obligations under a contract to a third person.
Article 89 Provisions Applicable to Concurrent Assignment
Where a party concurrently assigns its rights and delegates its obligations, the provisions in Article 79, Articles 81 to 83, and Articles 85 to 87 apply.
Article 90 Effect of Combination or Division of Contract Party
Where a party has effected combination after it entered into a contract, the legal person or organization of any other nature resulting from the combination assumes the rights and obligations thereunder. Where a party has effected division after it entered into a contract, unless otherwise agreed by the obligee and obligor thereunder, the legal persons or other organizations resulting from the division jointly and severally assume the rights and obligations thereunder.