Article 312. Consent
(1) Consent is an expression of intent of a person to enter into a juridical act.
(2) Consent if valid if it comes from a person with judgment, is expressed with the intent to have legal effect and is not defective.
(3) Intent to have legal effects is to be determined from the statement or conduct of the person, as it was reasonably understood by the other party to the juridical act or, in case of unilateral juridical acts, by the person to whom the act is addressed.