66. Several causes of action may be joined in the same suit, provided that the recourses exercised are not incompatible or contradictory, that they seek condemnations of a like nature, that their joinder is not expressly prohibited and that they are susceptible of the same mode of trial.
A creditor cannot divide a debt that is due, for the purpose of suing for the several portions of it by different actions.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 80, a. 66.