Canadian Law of Competitive Bidding and Procurement

Author(s):
Anne C., B.A. (Hon.), LL.B., M.A McNeely

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This is a guide to the law governing the procurement of construction and other services in Canada. Rarely discussed and analyzed together, this text reviews both the court (including the 2010 Supreme Court decision of Tercon Contractors) and tribunal decisions, as well as trade agreement rules on fair procurement. It also contains a detailed discussion of many of the current, unresolved issues in competitive bidding. This work provides a step-by-step analysis of the law at each stage of the procurement process to help you avoid the pitfalls. Find out more about:

  • Bid solicitation
  • Drafting the invitation
  • Fairness and electronic tendering
  • Contract clauses
  • Bid evaluation
  • Post-closing changes and negotiation
  • Bid irrevocability
  • Tort claims arising from bid processes
  • Bid offences ...and much more!

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Government Agencies and Programs

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2010-01-10

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Service #:
30835769

Sub #:
30835769

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ISBN:
9780888045041