But Article 16 (c) of the Specific Discharge Act, which plays an important role in the performance of the specific performance of the contract. If the buyer is only entitled to the service to perform the contract. Otherwise, he cannot enforce the execution of the act of purchase with a total ceiling of fifteen years from the repair. In general, it is considered that the parties may agree to reduce the limitation periods for claims for infringement and negligence in relation to the limitation period. Such an approach is widespread in works contracts. Shorter limitation periods are subject to an adequacy review under the legal provisions that prevent unfair contract terms, but if the parties agreeing to the shorter limitation period are commercial enterprises demanding the same bargaining power, it is less likely that the courts will find the shorter limitation period inappropriate. . . .