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10 March 2017  

Julie-Ann McCaffrey reports on a recent ruling dealing with abnormally low bids

Abnormally low bids have been a subject of conversation for authorities and aggrieved bidders in recent times. While the authority wants to achieve value for money by receiving goods, services or works from a suitably qualified contractor at the best price, it also wants to ensure that the contractor can deliver the contract properly and fulfil the contract at the price quoted.

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  • Case(s) Referenced:

    FP McCann Ltd v The Department for Regional Development [2016] NICh 12