CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – FRANCE – PUBLIC DOMAIN – AUTHORISATIONS TO OCCUPY – PROCEDURE FOR THE GRANTING

Public domain: The Ministry of the Interior - wrongly? – comforts the fairgrounds by specifying that the authorisation to occupy the public domain issued for a period of less than four months avoids, in principle the tendering procedure (Réponse ministérielle n° 10392)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Corrèze senator D. Chasseing alerted the government to the uncertainties that competitive bidding for titles of state occupation is creating for fairground activities. In a question sent on 16 May, he called for the opening of a permanent dialogue between professionals in the sector and the administration and for changes to the legislation to meet the expectations of operators. The Ministry of the Interior's response begins by recalling that a collegial body was created in 2017 to involve professionals in the development of regulations. This body intends to ensure "permanent consultation" between public authorities (in particular representatives of the

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Stéphanie Douteaud, Public domain: The Ministry of the Interior - wrongly? – comforts the fairgrounds by specifying that the authorisation to occupy the public domain issued for a period of less than four months avoids, in principle the tendering procedure (Réponse ministérielle n° 10392), 12 September 2019, Concurrences N° 1-2020, Art. N° 93412, pp. 188-189

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