Support obligations arise in some certain relationships. There are 2 subjects receiving support: (i) minors; and (ii) adults who have no working capacity and no property to support themselves. Specifically, relationships that may give rise to a support obligation include:
(i) Parents and children:
• Parents not living with their child or violating obligation to nurture to the child must support them.
• Adult children not living with their parents must support them. Such obligation only arises when parents have no working capacity and no property to support themselves.
(ii) Among siblings:
Siblings must support other only when parents are no longer or they have no working capacity and no property to support.
(iii) Paternal grandparents, maternal grandparents and grandchildren:
• Grandparents have obligation to support their grandchildren when they do not live with the children having no parents or siblings support.
• When there is no one support grandparents, their grandchildren not living with are responsible for supporting them.
(iv) Aunts, uncles and nieces, nephews:
Aunts or uncles support their nieces or nephews and vice versa when they are subject to be supported and no one supports them.
(v) Husband and wife when divorce:
A spouse facing difficulties can request support for reasonable reasons, the other party has obligation to support according to his/her ability.