Reparation; How Made


ART. 106

NOTES:

The court orders reparation if restitution is not possible.

Reparation shall be: the price of the thing, plus its
sentimental value.

If there is no evidence as to the value of the thing unrecovered,
reparation cannot be made.

Payment by the insurance company does not relieve the offender
of his obligation to repair the damage caused.

Damages shall be limited to those caused by the crime.

The accused is liable for the damages caused as a result of the
destruction of the property after the crime was committed,
either because it was lost or destroyed by the accused himself
or that by any other person or as a result of any other cause
or causes.





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