Stikeman Elliott LLP Barristers & Solicitors. Public/Private Partnerships. Anticipating Success – Dealing With Disappointment. Stikeman Elliott LLP Barristers & Solicitors. Focus of Presentation.
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The Public Entity should, at the time of entering into the PPP Outsourcing Arrangements, ensure it has:
On default in providing Outsourcing Services, the Public Entity should be in a position to require:
The Public Entity should ensure, at the time of entering into the Design/Build Arrangements, that it has:
Critical that the Private Partner have sufficient financial strength and underlying contractual support so that the risk of non-completion is virtually nil
Caution - some potential remedies, if utilized:
- requires capital
- lose Private Partner’s skills