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VergabeR 3/2010, p. 427 f.
In its judgment of 9 June 2009 (Case C-480/06, Commission v Federal Republic of Germany, “Stadtreinigung Hamburg”) the European Court of Justice dismissed an infringement action initiated by the EC Commission against Germany concerning an alleged infringement of European public procurement directives. The Court determined that inter-municipal cooperation can (under certain circumstances) take place without the need to conduct a formal tender procedure. The authors describe the content of the judgment and come to the conclusion that the ECJ did not find a new – unwritten – exemption as for example in the Teckal case, in which the Court established the “in-house” exemption. In substance, the judgment only clarifies that non-commercial inter-municipal cooperation arrangements between public authorities with the purpose to jointly achieving the respective public tasks and goals are no public contracts. Judgments to come will have the task to find clear criteria of demarcation between horizontal cooperations with the purpose of jointly achieving the respective public tasks and vertical commercial contractual relationships serving the purpose of public procurement.  German-language article.  Posted with permission.
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