Article 135 - Contracts in favour of third parties

(1) The parties cannot impose liabilities on a third party who is not a party to the contract.
(2) A contract cannot confer rights on anyone who is not a party to the contract unless the contract expressly confers a right on a third party (the "Beneficiary") and the Beneficiary is identifiable with adequate certainty by the contract (but need not be in existence at the time the contract is made).
(3) The existence and content of the Beneficiary's right against the Obligor are determined by the agreement of the parties and are subject to any conditions or other limitations under the agreement.