Getting the Deal Through: Public-private partnerships 2019
Getting the Deal Through: Public-private partnerships 2019

The following In House Advisor guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Getting the Deal Through: Public-private partnerships 2019
  • Jurisdictions covered
  • Questions
  • General PPP framework
  • Procurement process
  • Design and construction in greenfield PPP projects
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Risk allocation
  • Default and termination
  • Financing
  • more

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Jurisdictions covered

The following jurisdictions are covered in this report:

Argentina; Bulgaria; China; Colombia; England & Wales; Ghana; Greece; Japan; Nigeria; Portugal; Romania; Spain; Turkey; United Arab Emirates; United States.


The set of questions relating to the topic of Public-private partnerships and answered by the guide for each jurisdiction covered include:

  1. General PPP framework

  2. How has the concept of public-private partnership (PPP) developed in your jurisdiction? What types of transactions are permitted and commonly used in your jurisdiction?

  3. What categories of public infrastructure are subject to publicprivate partnership transactions in your jurisdictions?

  4. Is there a legislative framework for PPPs in your jurisdiction, or are PPPs undertaken pursuant to general government powers as one-off transactions?

  5. Is there a centralised PPP authority or may each agency carry out its own programme?

  6. Are PPPs procured only at the national level or may state, municipal or other subdivision government bodies enter into PPPs?

  7. How is the private party in a PPP remunerated in your jurisdiction?

  8. May revenue risk or usage risk be shared between the private party and the government? How is risk shared?

  9. In situations where the private party is compensated in whole or in part through availability or other periodic payments from the government, are the