ADMINISTRATIVE LAW II (PUBLIC TENDER)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course presupposes the knowledge of the basic principles of administrative law. It aims to provide students with further knowledge of the problems relating to the area of public contracts, with reference to national and EU regulations.
Particular attention will be paid to the most recent legal developments.
In order to be able to sit the Administrative Law II exam, it is necessary to have passed the exams in Civil law, Roman law, Constitutional law, and Administrative law I.
Course contents summary
The Administrative law II course includes the following topics relating to public contracts:
sources, active and passive contracts; procurements and concessions; work, supply and services; contracting entities; counter-parts of the contracting bodies, procedure, the choice of contracting party, stipulation of contract and controls.
R. CARANTA , I contratti pubblici, ed. Giappichelli, Torino, (latest edition)
The course will be in the form of both lectures and seminars where the most important problems, even in terms of recent legal decisions, will be discussed.