1. The application shall state:
- the name and seat (residence) of the applicant and its representative, and the facts supporting the eligibility of the applicant;
- the name and seat of the contracting authority of the procurement procedure concerned in the application, the subject-matter of the procurement and, in the case of division of the contract into lots, the lot concerned by the remedy, or, in the case of a purchase carried out without the conduct of a procurement procedure the name, and seat of the purchaser and the subject-matter of the purchase;
- the date when the infringement occurred and the date when the applicant learnt thereof, in such a way that allows clear identification as regards each element of the application;
- the infringed provision of law in such a way that allows clear identification as regards each element of the application;
- the motion for the decision of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board and the reasons for such a decision in such a way that allows clear identification as regards each element of the application;
- the motion for ordering an interim measure (Article 156) and the reasons therefor;
- the name and seat (residence) known to the applicant of any entities possibly interested in the public procurement case;
- the conduct of the preliminary dispute settlement, if any, its results and the answer of the contracting authority, which shall be attached to the application.
2. The number of copies of the application which are to be lodged shall be the number of potential parties concerned in the proceedings as can be known to the applicant, plus one.
3. An electronic version of the submitted application, which was written using IT tools and may be edited, shall be made available to the Public Procurement Arbitration Board and, if it is submitted by email, the receipt thereof shall be confirmed by the Public Procurement Arbitration Board within one business day.