Közbeszerzési Hatóság

160. §

160. §

1. The Public Procurement Arbitration Board shall make arrangements to ensure that the applicant, the party initiating the procedure and the opposing party can reveal all new facts in the course of the proceeding, as well as all applications and statements filed, and enable both parties to put forward their points of view thereon.

2. The Public Procurement Arbitration Board shall send the comments of the parties and the entities interested in the public procurement case according to Article 154(1) to the adverse party and to any other interested entities, noting that they shall be bound to make their statements thereon not later than within three days. In addition, the Public Procurement Arbitration Board may call upon, at any time, the parties and any parties interested in the public procurement case to make a statement or give their comments, allowing an appropriate period. At the request of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board, an electronic version of the statements and comments as well as other documents, which were written using IT tools and may be edited, shall also be made available to the Public Procurement Arbitration Board, if available in such format. The Public Procurement Arbitration Board shall confirm within one business day the receipt of the editable version of the documents, if those documents are submitted by email.

3. If the Public Procurement Arbitration Board does not hold a hearing in the given case, it can give a date by which the parties and any other interested entities must make all substantial statements and comments, by notifying them. If the Public Procurement Arbitration Board holds a hearing in the given case, the parties and any other interested entities must make all substantial statements, comments before the hearing.

4. After the date specified in paragraph 3 or subsequent to the hearing, the parties and any other interested entities may only make further comments or statements, if a request is made by the Public Procurement Arbitration Board therefor. Any further comment or statement made after the date specified in paragraph 3 or subsequent to the hearing of the given case, without the request of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board, shall not be taken into consideration by the Public Procurement Arbitration Board for its decision.