Article 819 of the Civil Code, ordering that the allocation of donations as follows:
a) Donations to the children: Donations to the children who do not have the concept of improvement in their legitimate charged. Donations to improvements attributable to third reputen this name should be made by the donor explicitly declaring a willingness to improve. The excess, if any, should be considered the cause donated under the disposable portion.
b) Donations ancestors: If the ascendant attends succession as heir, one must understand that the complaint be made to their legitimate and excess to the free part.
c) Donations to strangers: They are strangers all those who have received donations from deceased and do not attend their inheritance as heirs. The allocation of these grants is to be made to the free part of the heritage, and if they do not fit entirely, excess is reduced by futile.