Ever since UK law was changed to permit courts to set aside improperly awarded public contracts, there has been a series of unsuccessful attempts to invoke the new remedy. Successful set-aside applications have been rare enough that, when one does finally come along, it’s worth examining to see if it provides pointers for future claimants.
This edition of the MoFo UK Public Procurement Law Digest explains the approach adopted by the courts in a series of cases in Northern Ireland, where the contracting authorities were required to set aside contract awards because of irregularities in the procurement process.
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