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Under Article 4 of Public Procurement Law No. 4734 (“Law”), the direct procurement is defined as a procedure whereby the necessities are directly procured from the applicants invited by the contracting authority through negotiating about technical terms and price in certain cases. Accordingly, it is regulated as an exceptional case in the Law that the needs are met by the administration by negotiating with the applicants without any announcement and without receiving any securities.
Work completion certificates are one the essential documents to be provided in order to submit in a tender according to Public Procurement Code numbered 4734 (“the Law no. 4734”). In principle, work completion certificates shall not be used in tenders by other applicants other than the company who is the owner of work completion certificates. However, such usage can be possible within certain conditions. This article is about the conditions of usage of work completion certificates by another company in a tender.