A public-private partnership is collaboration between the public and private sectors to attract private capital investment to meet the needs of the public sector. The current legal framework of the Republic of Lithuania allows for the following forms of partnership: concession, public-private partnerships, and the establishment of mixed-capital companies.
In this context, an increasing number of public/municipal authorities are developing and implementing public-private partnership projects, and private entities are increasingly using their skills and expertise in this area. The largest number of public-private partnerships is in the field of culture, sport, leisure facilities, facilities and other infrastructure, and in the field of waste recovery, recycling and management and energy.
The success of public-private partnership projects depends to a large extent on the ability of the parties to properly assess the effectiveness of the public-private partnership in each individual case, to choose the right form and to properly document all the arrangements. In this context we provide legal advice to public and private sector representatives planning or carrying out public-private partnership projects. Efficient, prompt advice given by our firm to public and private sector clients has repeatedly ensured successful public-private partnerships.
Our main goal is a legally secure and satisfied client.
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