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The Utilities Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2016

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Form and manner of sending notices for publication at EU level
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69.—(1) The notices required by regulations 65 to 68 to be sent for publication in accordance with this regulation must—

(a)be sent by electronic means to the EU Publications Office for publication; and

(b)where the Commission has published standard forms for such notices, be set out using such forms.

(2) A utility must ensure that it is able to supply proof of the dates on which notices are sent to the EU Publications Office for publication.

(3) Where the EU Publications Office has given the utility confirmation of the receipt of the notice and of the publication of the information sent, indicating the date of that publication, that confirmation shall constitute proof of publication.

(4) A utility may send notices in respect of works, supply or service contracts to the EU Publications Office for publication even where the utility is not required to do so by these Regulations, provided such notices are sent by electronic means.

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