The Advocate General of the CJEU addresses the matter whether future lease contracts are covered by the EU public procurement secondary law (Impresa Pizzarotti)

Are future (lease) contracts covered by the EU public procurement directives (C-213/13)* In his Opinion of 15 May 2014 in case C-213/13 Impresa Pizzarotti (not available in English, so the following discussion is based on my reading of the Spanish version), Advocate General Nils Wahl has addressed the tricky issue whether future lease contracts, or contracts for the lease of buildings that are yet to be constructed, are covered by the EU public procurement Directives (in particular, by Directive 2004/18, but the interpretation will remain relevant under the new Directive 2014/24, which scope has not changed as far as works contracts are concerned). The factual background of the case is rather complicated as the Commune di

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Albert Sánchez Graells, The Advocate General of the CJEU addresses the matter whether future lease contracts are covered by the EU public procurement secondary law (Impresa Pizzarotti), 15 May 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2014, Art. N° 66453

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