Oblast zaměření: Nezařazeno
Komise : CEN/TC 447 (Horizontal standards for the provision of services)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 3.08.2020
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This document provides guidance on the design, content and structure of service contracts. It is aimed at buyers and service providers entering a contractual relationship who do not necessarily have legal training. The guidance set out in this document does not constitute legal advice.

This document is applicable to:

a) service buyers and service providers regardless of type, size or the nature of the services;

b) service providers who may be inside or outside the service buyers' organization; and

c) any interested parties who are directly or indirectly involved in or affected by a procurement process.

This document is not applicable to business-to-consumer (B2C) service contracts or for works contracts.

NOTE 1       ‘Works contracts’ are contracts that have as their object the execution, or both the design and execution, of a work are not covered. Contracts having as their object only the design of a work are covered.

NOTE 2       ‘Work’ means the outcome of building or civil engineering works taken as a whole which is sufficient in itself to fulfil an economic or technical function.

Oblast zaměření: Nezařazeno
Komise : CEN/TC 456 (Reporting in support of online gambling supervision)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 24.08.2020
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The development of (a) European standard(s) on reporting by online gambling service operators and suppliers to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States for the purpose of supervision of online gambling services standard (referred to within the specification as OGR or Online Gambling Reporting).

It will provide a voluntary tool to the gambling regulatory authorities in the Member States, without prejudice to the competence of Member States in the regulation of online gambling. It does not impose any obligation on them to introduce or alter reporting requirements or to authorise or deny authorisation to any operators or suppliers for example where the national gambling legislation imposes other rules. Member States remain competent to define for which games reporting should take place. The scope of reporting is in accordance with the applicable legislation in the Member State where the operator is licensed and where services are offered to consumers.