In relation to entrepreneurial entities, where it is obvious from the circumstances of concluding a purchase contract that the purchase is related to their entrepreneurial activity, the liability for defects is governed by Sections 2099 et seq. of the Civil Code. The buyer is obliged to notify us of any defects without needless delay after he could have detected it upon a timely inspection and with adequate care. Otherwise, the court will not award him any rights arising from faulty performance due to the buyer''''s objection in the event of a court action. The same applies if there is a hidden defect, unless the defect is notified without needles needless delay after it could have been discovered by the buyer with sufficient care, but no later than within two years after the goods are handed over.