The Lithuanian Supreme Court requires the tender documentation to be precise and accurate even when the contracting authority refers to information given by the third party (Energijos parkas)

WHAT ABOUT SOME TRUE STATEMENTS WHILE DRAFTING THE PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS?* The Supreme Court of Lithuania has recently decided on the public buyers' obligation to be accurate and precise while drafting the procurement documentation, as well as on the liability of the contracting authorities failing to act so. A couple of things to be noted before the starting point. First, indeed, the ruling of the Court deals with domestic issues and has mainly (maybe solely) only a local impact. On the other hand, and secondly, it is a good example to learn from and, I believe, easily replicable elsewhere, despite the jurisdiction or a legal system. In other words, I believe, the conclusions the Court reflect a concept which should turn into a legal trend and a good example, applicable in a

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Deividas Soloveičik, The Lithuanian Supreme Court requires the tender documentation to be precise and accurate even when the contracting authority refers to information given by the third party (Energijos parkas), 22 November 2017, e-Competitions November 2017, Art. N° 88511

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