Public Contracts Regulations Commentary

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Abstract

The purpose of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 Commentary is to join and merge on a single website the two parallel commentaries drafted by Dr. Pedro Telles (Swansea University) and Dr. Albert Sanchez-Graells (University of Bristol) in 2015. The original commentaries were posted in their respective blogs telles.eu and How to Crack a Nut and are now available on a condensed and joint format in this website. In addition to merging the entries for each Regulation, their content has been updated as well to reflect changes in the legislation arising from the Public Procurement (Amendments, Repeals and. Revocations) Regulations 2016 and doctrinal commentary published in the last year.

Commentary to codes and significant pieces of legislation is commonplace in civil law jurisdictions, where both applicants graduated in law. In those jurisdictions, annotated codes constitute a very helpful resource for law students as they usually explain the law in a more accessible way, sometimes referring to appropriate case law or other pieces of legislation that may be relevant for a more complete understanding of that specific legal rule. We hope this joint commentary will achieve the same use and be of use for law students and legal scholars across Europe.

This website is kindly sponsored by the Society of Legal Scholars Small Projects and Events Fund to which the authors are very grateful.
Original languageEnglish
TypeOnline commentary to PCR2015
Media of outputWebpage
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 2016

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