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Brazil Infrastructure Law

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Edited by: Marcal Justen Filho, Cesar Pereira , Rost Maria Augusta

ISBN13: 9789462366404
Published: March 2016
Publisher: Eleven International Publishing
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £179.50

Despatched in 11 to 13 days.

This book offers the international reader a comprehensive view of Brazilian infrastructure law from the standpoint of key local practitioners. It is divided into two sections. The first part features a collection of essays on the most significant infrastructure topics. It is followed by bilingual versions of the main statutes and regulations examined in the various essays found in Part 1. A glossary of essential infrastructure terminology is also included.

The topics discussed in this book range from an overview of the Brazilian constitutional structure to in-depth analyses of regulated sectors, public procurement, and dispute resolution. The various essays contained herein cover the fundamental legal issues an international player must keep in mind when working in the Brazilian infrastructure market. This work utilizes a comparative approach, and is intended to correlate Brazilian legal specificities with their counterparts in internationally recognized models.

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Other Jurisdictions , Latin America
Preface and Acknowledgments
Part I Essays
1. An Overview of Brazilian Law
2. Control of the Independent Regulatory Agencies
3. Administrative Procedure and the Independent Regulatory Agencies
4. Rule-Making Power of Independent Regulatory Agencies in Brazil
5. Brazilian Antitrust Law
6. Competition Law Enforcement in Regulated Sectors
7. An Overview of the Regulation in the Electricity Sector in Brazil
8. Telecommunications Law of Brazil
9. Infrastructure and Logistics in the Brazilian Transportation System
10. Oil and Gas Regulation in Brazil
11. Mining in Brazil: Regulatory Scenario and Opportunities for Investment
12. Waste Management Regulation in Brazil
13. Basic Sanitation Services in Brazil
14. Environmental Licensing in Brazil
15. Public Procurement in Brazil: General Rules
16. Reverse Auction as a Method of Public Procurement
17. Public Procurement Financed by International Agencies and Multilateral Funds in Brazil
18. The System of Protests and Appeals in Brazilian Public Biddings Law
19. Differential Public Procurement Regime (RDC): Main Characteristics
20. Brazil's Anti-Corruption Laws, the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act: A Comparative View
21. Government Contracts in Brazilian Law
22. Concessions of Public Services and Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Brazil
23. Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in Brazil
24. Brazilian Corporate Taxation
25. Construction Contracts in Brazilian Law and the Standard International Model Contracts
26. Brazil in the Context of International Arbitration
27. Arbitration in Brazil
28. Recognition of Foreign Judgments and Awards in Brazil

Part II Bilingual Versions of Relevant Statutes Brazilian Federal Constitution - Excerpts
Law n.
8.666/1993 (Biddings and government contracts)
Law n.
12.462/2011 (Creates the Differential Public Procurement Regime - RDC) - Excerpts
Decree n.
7.546 (Regulates the changes to Law n.
8.666 made by Law n.
12.349 - "Buy National")
Law n.
10.520/2002 (Reverse auction)
Law n.
8.987/1995 (Concessions of Public Services)
Law n.
9.074/1995 (Concessions of Public Services) - Excerpts
Law n.
11.079/2004 (Public-Private Partnerships - PPP) - Excerpts
Civil Code of 2002 - Excerpts
Law n.
12.846 of August 1, 2013
Decree n.
8.420 of March 18, 2015
Law n.
8.429, of June 2, 1992 (Administrative Improbity Law)
Law n.
9.307/1996 (Arbitration)
Amendment n.
18/2014 (Recognition of Foreign Judgments)
Code of Civil Procedure of 1973 - Excerpts.