An ambiguous offer can be considered an incomplete offer!
An ambiguous offer can be considered as an incomplete offer!
In that case, the market consultation regulation required candidates to indicate in their BPU the prices for "collection and processing of gas cylinders". However, the BPU and one of the candidates did not explicitly include the price of these services so that the contracting authority decided to reject the tender as incomplete. To challenge the reason for rejecting his offer, the ousted candidate argued that the price was zero and that the ambiguity came from the software used to develop the BPU. The Conseil d'Etat considers that the contracting authority was entitled to reject the tender as incomplete and was not required to invite the company in question to specify it in the light of the ambiguities identified.