Rules of entering into contracts – new regulations

Rules of entering into contracts – new regulations


Which contractual provisions will soon be prohibited and what elements will become mandatory for public procurement contracts concluded on the basis of the new Public Procurement Law?

On 1 January 2021, regulations of the Act of 11 September 2019 on Public Procurement Law will enter into force. This Act introduces several new legal solutions, unknown under the currently applicable Act of 29 January 2004, such as the requirement of cooperation between the contracting authority and the contractor throughout performance of the contract, the obligation to include specific provisions in the content of the contract or specification what elements the contract may not contain. In this paper, they will be discussed in the context of Article 433 and Article 436 of the new Public Procurement Law.

In the latest December issue of the Przetargi Publiczne monthly we will find an article by specialists from the public procurement and infrastructure investments team: Michal Sekowski, attorney-at-law, partner and Marta Lipińska, trainee attorney-at-law.

Link to the article:,8734,zasady-zawierania-umow-nowe-regulacje.html 

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