In Spain, CBD lacks specific regulation and is governed by international conventions and the oversight provided by the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS).
Public procurement is the procedure by which a public body selects a natural or legal person to fulfil a public purpose, be it the execution of a work, the provision of a service or the supply of goods.
Before bidding for a public tender in Spain, entities must thoroughly study the technical and administrative specifications of the tender. They must also ensure that they meet all legal requirements. In Spain, the regulatory law detailing the requirements for bidders in public tenders is Law 9/2017 of 8th of November, on Public Sector Contracts, transposing […]
The procedure to conclude any contract between a Spanish Public Administration and a private company is subject to a particular legal regime. Specifically, Law 9/2017, of November 8th, on the Public Sector Contracts, which transposes the Directives of the European Parliament into the Spanish legal system, and of the Council 2014/23/EU and 2014/24/EU, of February […]
Public contracting in Spain is a complicated process that includes numerous types of contracts and bidding procedures; specialized advice is essential.
In Spain, the legislation to register certain cosmetic products requires prior health registration before the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS).