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Current Law Legislation Citators: 2000
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Current Law Legislation Citators: 2000 (Paperback)


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The Law of Public and Utilities Procurement provides a detailed examination and critique of the legal and policy framework for procurement in English law and in the EC, including an in-depth analysis of all the recent changes.

The Law of Public and Utilities Procurement: * Sets out the domestic constitutional framework for public procurement * Assesses the impact on procurement of new developments in public law, including devolution, the Human Rights Act, the Best Value regime, and the Freedom of Information Act * Examines important judicial developments under the "Blackpool" implied contract doctrine * Explains the rules on ultra vires contracts and authority of public officers * Analyses government policy on contracting out and PFI/PPPs and its legal implications * Provides an in-depth analysis of procedures for awarding PFI/PPP contracts * Examines the TUPE rules in the context of public procurement * Offers an in-depth analysis of EC policy and legal rules on public procurement * Explains the rules governing procurement procedures in domestic law under the Public Works Contracts Regulations, Public Supply Contracts Regulations and Public Services Contracts Regulations * Contains separate detailed chapters on key practical issues such as specifications and social/environmental criteria * Includes brand new chapters devoted to framework agreements, competitive dialogue, electronic procurement and information requirements * Contains two extensive chapters devoted to the EC Directive and UK Regulations on procurement by utilities * Offers in-depth analysis of grey areas of EC law, including disclosure of selection/award criteria, use of social criteria, post-tender negotiations, changes to award criteria/specifications, and conduct of negotiated procedures * Provides extensive analysis of the consequences of non-compliance, both before the ECJ and before English courts * Contains extensive analysis of key ECJ decisions, such as Concordia Buses, Telaustria and Universale-Bau * Offers detailed analysis of recent UK court decisions, such as Denfleet on framework agreements and Kathro on use of negotiated procedures

LawLaws of Specific jurisdictions Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd Publication Date: 13/09/2001 ISBN-13: 9780421759008  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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