Litigation in the Technology and Construction Court

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Public procurement litigation in the TCC


7.1 Procurement litigation is fast-moving and often somewhat fraught. The short time limit in which to bring claims (in most cases, 30 days from the date on which the claimant first knew or ought to have known of the facts amounting to breach)1 and the somewhat one-sided nature of the process (whereby contracting authorities tend to hold the vast majority of disclosable information) mean that much Court time relating to procurement challenges is taken up with interlocutory applications, often prior to close of pleadings.

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