The support obligation shall terminate in the following cases:
- The supported person has become an adult and has working capacity;
- The supported person has income or property sufficient to raise himself/herself;
- The supported person is adopted;
- The supporting person directly raises the supported person;
- The supporting or supported person dies;
- The supported person re-marries after a divorce;
- Other cases as prescribed by law.
The support obligation is a property obligation of a special nature that cannot be replaced by any other obligation.
The support obligation, arises solely between the subjects of marriage and family and is a property obligation tied to each subject’s person which cannot be transferred to another person.