Article 192. Termination of a period of time.
1. The term calculated in years expires in the corresponding month and date of the last year of the term. For the deadline of six months, the rules apply for the terms calculated in months. 2. For a term calculated in quarters of the year, the rules for terms calculated in months shall apply. In this case, the quarter is considered to be equal to three months, and the counting of quarters has been going on since the beginning of the year. 3. The term calculated in months shall expire on the corresponding date of the last month of the term. A term defined in a fortnight is considered a term calculated in days, and is considered to be equal to fifteen days. If the end of a period calculated in months falls on a month in which there is no corresponding date, then the term expires on the last day of this month. 4. The period calculated in weeks shall expire on the corresponding day of the last week of the term.
References to other articles of chapter 11. Calculus of terms: