There are limits to the freedom of shaping a public procurement contract

We invite you to read another article from a series of articles created by the experts of The Public Procurement Law Association, addressing issues related to the public procurement procedure. This time it is BSJP's Grzegorz Wąsiewski who looks at the legal framework of contracts made by ordering parties with contractors. The expert discusses regulations indicating that a contract concluded as a result of a public procurement procedure should constitute a reciprocal agreement. The article also refers to the case law, including judgments of the National Appeals Chamber, showing that the contractor must not be burdened with excessive risks associated with the performance of a public contract.

Read the full article HERE.