Review of decisions taken by the Public Procurement Arbitration Board
1. Individual review of decrees of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board made in the course of the proceedings shall be available, if the law so provides. Review shall be available pursuant to this Article also against decrees suspending the proceedings, decrees dismissing the application without substantial examination, as well as decrees dismissing the review proceeding.
2. Applications for a review may be submitted or sent by registered post to the Public Procurement Arbitration Board within eight days from the communication of the decision. Upon receipt of the application, the Public Procurement Arbitration Board shall forward it, together with the documents of the case, to the court without delay.
3. Applications for an individual review of a decision of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board made in the course of the proceedings shall be decided by the administrative and labour court by way of a priority treatment within the framework of a non-litigious proceeding. The Court may alter the decree of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board. No appeal or judicial review shall lie from the Court‘s relevant decree. 4. Unless otherwise required by this Act or the nature of the non-litigious proceeding, Chapter XX of Act III of 1952 on the Code of Civil Procedure (hereinafter referred to as ‘CP‘) shall apply as appropriate to the proceedings of the court.