The Law of Public and Utilities Procurement Volume 1
Författare:Arrowsmith Sue
Titel:The Law of Public and Utilities Procurement Volume 1
Anmärkning:Behandlar den klassiska sektorn.
Upplaga:3 uppl.
Omfång:1449 sid.
Förlag:Sweet & Maxwell
Ämnesord:Marknadsrätt , Offentlig rätt , EU-rätt

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This work, which is regarded as 'the bible' on procurement issues, provides a detailed explanation of the legal and policy framework for public procurement in both EU law and English domestic law. It includes full analysis of the current rules and also extensive analysis of the proposed new rules that are expected to be adopted in 2013.

This 3rd Edition will publish in two Volumes, Volume 1 detailing most of the core public sector rules, and Volume 2 covering areas such as utilities and defence, as well as enforcement and remedies.

- Deals with every aspect of the EU procurement rules and their implementation in the UK
- Provides detailed analysis of the proposed new directives that will replace many of the current rules from (most likely) 2015
- Covers purchasing by public bodies as well as by the privatised water, energy, transport and postal services utilities
- Looks in depth at procedures for awarding PPP contracts
- Offers detailed analysis of "grey" areas of practical importance, such as post-tender negotiations and corrections to tenders
- Includes extensive advice on the consequences of non-compliance
- Uses practical examples to show what legal issues mean in practice
- Assesses the impact on procurement of developments in English public law, including devolution, the Human Rights Act, the Freedom of Information Act, the Localism Act and the Equality Act
- Examines new procurement legislation such as the Public Services (Social Value) Act and NHS procurement regulations
- Includes separate chapters on framework agreements, competitive dialogue, electronic procurement and information requirements
- Explains the implications of the latest Court of Justice and UK court decisions

- Introduction
- The common law and statutory framework
EU procurement policy and its implementation in national law
- Procurement under the TFEU
- The public sector rules: who is a contracting authority? The public sector rules: contracts covered
- The public sector rules: open and restricted procedures
- The public sector rules: negotiated procedure with a notice
- The public sector rules: negotiated procedure without a notice
- The public sector rules: competitive dialogue. Framework arrangements
- The public sector rules: qualification
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