10 (2) Competent authorities for the purchase of transactions: subject to a particular rule or order applicable to a particular service, an authority responsible for any expenditure may sanction the purchase of operations necessary for use in the public service, in accordance with the following rules. Such purchases are also subject to the usual restriction with regard to the existence of the necessary appropriation, as well as any monetary limits and any other conditions imposed in general or with regard to certain items or categories of products. The powers of subordinate authorities to purchase transactions are defined in the transfer of financial powers in Part III of these rules. 1[(3) xxxxxxx]. 1. Deleted the empty circular No. 3/2007 of “(3) Cases of unsatisfactory performance of the supply contract or serious breach of the contractual conditions covered by the standardized code for suppliers in accordance with the purchasing rules for transactions may be referred to the finance division of Central STORES () through the management section, complete facts of business and copies/extracts of documents and/or notifications relating to appropriate measures laughed at the supplier 1995, 1995 9, in a library. 2. Services may include: (i) for the maintenance of office equipment, computers, etc.
(ii) for the rental of vehicles, rentals, equipment, etc. (iii) for occasional work for which there is no internal staff to organize fairs, festivals, exhibitions, specific events, tablau design, photography, etc. The above points are illustrative and not exhaustive.] Rule 2: Expenditure relating to transactions carried out in civil services included in any expenditure (unless otherwise treated, work-related matters) and subject to what is provided for in the following rules shall generally be subject to the rules applicable to such expenditure. II. PURCHASE AND ACQUISITION OF TRANSACTIONS. Rule 3: Rule for the purchase of STORES: (1) All purchases of STORES for use in the public service are regulated in strict accordance with the purchasing rules for stores set out in Chapter -II of this Part and the subsidiary instructions that may be issued from time to time by the Government. . . .