Seeking public comments on preliminary draft of Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, 2015

Seeking public comments on preliminary draft of Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, 2015
Last Date Jun 30,2015 17:00 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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The Finance Minister in his budget speech for the Union Budget 2015-16 interalia stressed the need to streamline the institutional arrangements for resolution of disputes relating ...

The Finance Minister in his budget speech for the Union Budget 2015-16 interalia stressed the need to streamline the institutional arrangements for resolution of disputes relating to public contracts and proposed to introduce Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill. The relevant excerpt from his budget speech is as follows:

"73. On the other hand, disputes arising in public contracts take long to resolve, and the process is very costly too. My Government proposes to introduce Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, to streamline the institutional arrangements for resolution of such disputes."

2. Accordingly, a preliminary first draft of Public Contracts (Resolution of Disputes) Bill, 2015 has been prepared. The proposed legislation is envisaged to deal with the contracts entered into by Public Authority for construction projects and infrastructure projects including PPP projects.

3. The draft bill is attached for obtaining comments/views of stakeholders.

Last date/time to share your views is 30th June, 2015 by 5.00 PM.

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dhruv_46 4 years 1 month ago

plz sir it's request to you ki ESI and PF ka koi fyada nai ho raha hai unskilled Labours ko aisi policy Lao sir taki Labours ko koi fyada mile sir please sir socho Labours ko koi fyada mile ya insurance plan jo Labour ko fyada de sake .
dhruv sachdev24
dhruv. mep@ gmail.com

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MANAN Bhatt_1 4 years 2 months ago

#skillindia #universityofindianarmedforces
My open letter to ms smriti Irani, min of HRD
Dear madam, I am writing you to highlight the atrocities to the serving sailors,soldiers,airmen. They all are recruited and trained in their allotted trades by the defence. But the biggest irony is that none of the courses and training offered are recognised by the UGC nor these are affiliated to any university. So the highly trained and skilled jawan when retires at an early age of32-35 years, his qualification is nil. He gets nothing. My request to you is that A UNIVERSITY OF DEFENCE BE ESTABLISHED just as done by our PM in Gandhinagar. This historic move will place our government back into the hearts of the jawans. A bad image of our PM has been created by some rogue elements on OROP issue. The jawans retiring after 15 years of more are being given some funny 'equavalant to graduation' certificate which has no educational value. Jawans are being cheated by the officers so that they will not face competition from them in higher posts after retirement. To cover all this up, jawans pre release courses offered but they too are of no educational value. Retiring Officers are offered courses in IIMs an IITs. The jawans re allotted hair cutting technology course.

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neeraj_9 4 years 3 months ago

please stop online shopping in india or please make a new tax in on lone shopping site because online shopping has disturb our India market being a businessman there is a chance is working in india like distubuter then dealer then sub dealer so day by day online shopping is strong and the distubuter chain is ends so the emolument problem is facing because the distubuter has closed his business so where the empoliers work

please look in this matter its very urjent

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Nazir mir 4 years 3 months ago

Civil society kupwara has taken a serious note of negligent approach of jk government, jk Education department as it fails to come up with short list of those candidates who have applied for accountant ,Je ,resource teachers and class iv posts under serva shiksha abhyan (SSA) scheme in 2014 .Despite lapse of two years the department is paying no heed to the issue and is least bothered about the wastage of precious time and burning issue like un- employment.This is the final intimation to the Jk government,jk Education department in this regarding to settle the issue within two weeks time otherwise be ready to face the legal way.
(CIVIL SOCIETY KUPWARA )

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SIDDHARTH SINGH_4 4 years 4 months ago

20 Section 37 (2) 180 days appears to be un realistic.

21 Section 47 is contrary to the intent why this act is being introduced.
22 Section 48 proviso to section 48 (1) should be done away with it as it contradicts section 47 because no such restriction can be placed

CFI submission last.

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SIDDHARTH SINGH_4 4 years 4 months ago

19 Section 30 and 35
Section 35 subsection 2 Section 35 subsection 4
Section 35 subsection 5 appears to be contradictory. On the one hand section 30 states that the same is binding (shall have the same status as any other arbitral award) and no challenge shall lie, where as section 35 states that it shall be placed before this tribunal for the parties to accept. These powers are vast, and should be curbed to exclude matters of criminal or tortuous natureshould be done away with as infrastructu

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SIDDHARTH SINGH_4 4 years 4 months ago

CFI...17 Section 30 (6) Should include injunctions and other preliminary prohibitory/ preventive measures
18 Section 33 subsection 8 Powers should be given to the arbitrators to modify the interim orders to be mad workable or wherever parties consent. If no powers are given un necessary time shall be wasted and parties may have to approach this tribunal with appropriate application which may cause delay.

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SIDDHARTH SINGH_4 4 years 4 months ago

CFI...15 Section 25 sub section 3 Section 25 subsection 1 states that the issues and additional issues shall be framed by this tribunal. What will happen in case parties realize during the course of the matter pending before the arbitral tribunal that additional issue is required to be framed.
will it not tantamount to re writing of a contract by this tribunal.
16 Section 29 period of 120 days appears to be non realistic.

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SIDDHARTH SINGH_4 4 years 4 months ago

CFI.... 12 Section 25 (1) This is an absolute provision and may actually negate the very existence of an arbitration clause/agreement in the public contract 13 Section 25 (2) Procedure for appointment of sole arbitrator by way of random selection method/ three arbitrator(s) of which 2 shall be appointed by the disputing Parties, is vague and unclear