Terminating A Code Agreement

An obvious issue for many landowners and operators is the impact of the new code on agreements made before the New Code came into force. Although the provisions of the new Code are not retroactive, the content of the transitional provisions will in practice mean that a number of the provisions of the new Code will apply to existing agreements (i.e. any agreement for the purposes of paragraphs 2 or 3 of the previous Code or an injunction provided for in paragraph 5 of the previous Code, which will be continued on the date of the new Regulation. since the code agreement did not grant exclusive ownership and operators had only limited access rights to the site. The assignment is therefore ineffective and the addressee of the notifications has not invalidated it. It gives the providers of these networks the right to install and maintain devices indoors, through and underground. These are called code rights. Since the primary code agreement was assigned to both economic operators, the notification referred to in Article 31 should have been addressed to both operators if it was addressed to only one. . .

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