220. A third party called in legal warranty may take up the defence of the warrantee, who may be relieved from the contestation if he so requires. Although relieved from the contestation, the warrantee may nevertheless act therein for the conservation of his rights.
Judgments rendered against the warrantor may, after being served on the warrantee, be executed against the latter.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 80, a. 220.