That is to say, the right of a beneficiary beneficiary to the intensibility of the contract amounts to a gift from one of the parties. As in other situations involving third party beneficiaries, beneficiaries have the right to demand the benefits promised to them as soon as their rights to the contract are unshakeable. In the interpretation of third-party contracts, third parties are considered as beneficiaries and creditors as beneficiaries. If the benefit promised by a defendant at the time of the service is a simple gift to the third person, he is a beneficiary.. . . .