Michał Szczęsny on the confirmation of contract performance through references for PressInfoMed

17.06.2024 / News / Publications / Public Procurement

Does a document called ‘references’ always confirm proper contract performance?

Insight from our expert

‘References have become synonymous with confirming proper contract performance. None of the generally applicable legal regulations specify formal requirements for a document confirming proper contract performance in the form of references. The important thing is that such a document confirms proper performance of the contract through certain evaluative terms, even if they are extremely concise and limited to a single word.’

– emphasizes Michał Szczęsny – Attorney-at-law in the Public Procurement Law Department at Sadkowski and Partners.

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