DOI: 10.36719/AEM/2007-2020/53/146-150
Shukriyye Vugar Taghizade
Master student, Baku State University
Department of International Private law and European law

IMPORTANCE OF COST CONTROL IN TENDER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

 Keywords: government procurement, vendor, shareholders, tender offer, take over bid, proportionality formation, legal penalities, public contracts, construction project, legal basis, future   perspectives
Açar sözlər: dövlət satınalmaları, satıcı, səhmdarlar, tender təklifi, satınalma təklifi, mütənasiblik formalaşması, qanuni cəzalar, ictimai müqavilələr, tikinti layihəsi, hüquqi əsaslar, gələcək perspektivlər
Ключевые слова: государственные закупки, продавец, акционеры, тендерное предложение, предложение о поглощении, формирование пропорциональности, юридические санкции, государственные контракты, строителные проекты, правовые основы, перспективы на будущеею

To tender is to invite bids for a project or accept a formal offer such as a takeover bid. Tendering usually refers to the process whereby governments and financial institutions invite bids for large projects that must be submitted within a finite deadline. The term also refers to the process whereby shareholders submit their shares or securities in response to a takeover offer. The term tender usually refers to the process whereby governments and financial institutions invite bids for large projects that must be submitted within a finite deadline. A tender offer is a public solicitation to all shareholders requesting that they tender their stock for sale at a specific price during a certain time. The term tender also refers to the process whereby shareholders submit their shares or securities in response to a takeover offer. For projects or procurement, most institutions have a well-defined tender process, as well as processes to govern the opening, evaluation, and final selection of the  vendors. This ensures that the selection process is fair and transparent. Regarding tender offers related to takeover attempts, the conditions of the offer are clearly listed and include the purchase price, the number of shares requested, and a deadline for a response. A request for tender (RFT) is a formal and structured invitation to suppliers to submit competitive bids to supply raw materials, products, or services. Because this is a public and open process, laws were created to govern the process to ensure fair competition among bidders. For example, without laws, bribery and nepotism may flourish.

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