Article 888. Common guarantee of creditors
(1) A debtor is liable with its entire patrimony for its obligations. A debtor’s patrimony acts as a common guarantee for its creditors.
(2) Unattachable property may not form part of the guarantee provided for in paragraph (1).
(3) Creditors whose claims have arisen in connection with a certain division of the patrimony, authorized by law, must firstly enforce upon the property forming part of that estate (patrimonial mass). If these are not sufficient to satisfy claims, the other property of the debtor may be enforced upon unless the debtor is liable, under law or contract, solely with that estate.