In-house transactions: lost in translation?

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Series Details Volume 30, Number 3, Pages 117-130
Publication Date 2020
ISSN 0963-8245
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For almost 20 years the ECJ considered in-house contracts as not procurement contracts but doing it yourself. Authors study the codification process of in-house and demonstrate that the process was imperfect. As a result what used to be a rule, might have become an exception. Accordingly researchers should take even a more critical look on the procurement directives. The results of this research demonstrate that a comparative analysis of the procurement directives shows strong discrepancies in the wording, logic and structure, creating a myriad of legal issues to be analysed.

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