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Published in the Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 88/11 of 24 November 2011, 15/16 of 25 February 2016 and 104/16 of 23 December 2016


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  • Scope of the Law
    • Article 1

      This Law shall regulate: conditions and method of drawing up, proposing and approval of public-private partnership projects; specify the entities competent, i.e., authorized to propose and realize the public-private partnership projects; rights and obligations of public and private partners; form and content of contracts on public-private partnership with or without elements of concession (hereinafter: the public contract) and legal protection in public contract award procedures; conditions and method of concession awarding, subject matter of concession, entities competent, i.e., authorized to conduct concession award procedure, termination of concession; protection of rights of the participants in public contract award procedures; establishing, status and competence of the Commission for Public-Private Partnership, as well as other issues of significance for a public-private partnership with or without elements of a concession, i.e., for concession.

  • Application of the Law
    • Article 2
      Provisions of this Law and the relevant provisions of the law and other regulations governing public property and the budget system shall apply to all the public investments into a joint company with a private partner solely for the purpose of realization of public-private partnership projects.
      Provisions of this Law, except for the provisions pertaining to the public contract award procedure, shall apply to public-private partnerships realized in compliance with the special rules of procedure of international organizations.
    • Article 3
      This Law shall not apply to public-private partnerships with or without elements of a concession, if:
      1) The establishment of a public-private partnership would require access to information that if revealed, would present a threat to the security of the Republic of Serbia;
      2) Such partnership would be based on international agreements concluded between the Republic of Serbia and one or several countries for the purpose of joint implementation or exploitation of projects;
      3) The subject matter of such partnership would comprise of exploitation of the public telecommunications network, i.e., provision of telecommunication services.