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Access to Justice and Remedies in Public Procurement

Christopher Bovis


The essential European instruments allowing for access to Justice of the parties involved in a Procurement process are the Remedies Directives. This article reviews the problems which emerged and the three principles on the basis of which the ECJ interpreted and applied these texts: on the one hand the principle of procedural autonomy and on the other the principles of effectiveness and procedural equality. I. Introduction The Remedies Directives1 brought a dece


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