CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – FRANCE – PUBLIC CONTRACT – PUBLIC SERVICE DELEGATION – ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL – BIDS MODIFICATION

Administrative appeal: The French Administrative Supreme Court articulates the administrative appeal and the "Tropic" appeal and prohibits the authority in charge of procurement operations from modifying a tender (Communauté de communes de Sélestat)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The judgment reported should be mentioned in the columns of this column in view of the many contributions it makes to the law on the award of public business contracts (as shown in its file in the Lebon Reports). The submission of an application for an ex gratia payment by the third party extends the time limit for bringing an action against the contract. The claimant association, AGES, criticized the legality of the choice of the delegate selected by the EPCI. The "Société Tropic Travaux Signalisation" ruling teaches, on the one hand, that from the signature of the contract, compliance with the legal rules governing the selection of the administration's

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Stéphanie Douteaud, Administrative appeal: The French Administrative Supreme Court articulates the administrative appeal and the "Tropic" appeal and prohibits the authority in charge of procurement operations from modifying a tender (Communauté de communes de Sélestat), 20 December 2019, Concurrences N° 3-2020, Art. N° 96176, pp. 183-185

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