Suppliers may call for an administrative court to review an ongoing procurement if they consider that a contracting authority has breached the Act and if this at the same time has entailed or may entail the supplier suffering damage.
If the administrative court considers that there has been a violation of LOU and that damage has arisen or may arise for the supplier, the administrative court may decide that the procurement process should be recommenced or corrected.
Proceedings at the administrative courts are normally in writing and each party must pay for their own costs, e.g. fees for counsel. The courts do not make any charge to consider the application.