City Council asks Medieval Market to return 9,500 euros for breaking contract

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City Council asks Medieval Market to return 9,500 euros for breaking contract

A municipal report, made after the criticism of the PSOE, confirms that the company awarded the management of the Orihuela Medieval Market earlier this year, failed to keep 95% of the promised improvements, in addition to other deficiencies in activities and decoration

The City of Orihuela has therefore asked the company, Solos Artesanos Association, to return 9,500 euros for “partial breaches” following their failings.

The socialist councillor, María García, has revealed details of the report which was prepared by a municipal technician after their complaints last February.

The company offered to make improvements that went a long way to securing the contract, 95% of which were not carried out.

Garcia said that according to clause 20 of the Terms and Conditions the penalties for non-compliance are penalized with the forfeiture of 500 euros for each activity or event not performed as described in the technical report at the time of tender.

Under this premise the municipality has quantified all the deficiencies for an amount of 9,500 euros that has already been claimed from the contractor for partial breach of the obligations arising from the contract.

 

 

 

 

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