Article 6. Analogy of statute and analogy of law
(1) Where there is no regulation in the law or by the parties’ agreement and in absence of an usage, relationships governed by Article 2 are governed, unless it contravenes their nature, by the rule of civil legislation which governs similar relationships (analogy of statute).
(2) Where analogy of statute is impossible, rights and obligations of parties are determined by the principles underlying civil legislation and equity (analogy of law).
(3) Rules limiting civil rights or establishing civil liability do not apply by analogy.
(4) A court may not deny justice in civil matters on the ground that a rule of law is missing or is unclear.