On the other hand, compensation represents a loss or injury suffered (or suffered) by the site operator as a result of the agreement reached or imposed. It is the monetary equivalent of the loss or injury suffered. For more details, see paragraphs 25 and 14 (i.e. paragraphs 83 to 86) of the code. The code defines, among other things, how a court should set the financial conditions for rights under the code (if they cannot be obtained on a voluntary basis and if the court considers it appropriate to impose an agreement). The most recent case law () recognizes that other uses for which the asset/property could reasonably be used can be considered, although the only use permitted in the proposed agreement is the use of electronic communications. As with any other duration of a digital communications infrastructure integration agreement, financial conditions should, as far as possible, be agreed by mutual agreement between the parties. However, as in other words, it is important to note that these agreements are based on a legal framework (the code of electronic communications, “code” – as defined in the Communications Act 2003, amended by the Digital Economy Act 2017). The code contains separate provisions for both consideration and compensation, and the weighting and compensation elements should vary from case to case and reflect local circumstances and problems. Under the old code (i.e.dem code as it existed prior to its recent amendment by the Digital Economy Act 2017), the new agreements have tended to focus on a single payment combining the two elements in the form of annual rents. New case law suggests that under the “new code” (i.e. the code as it exists today as a result of its recent amendment by the Digital Economy Act 2017. All references to the “code” in this guide are, unless otherwise stated, to this version of the code), this procedure seems to be continuing.
Some agreements on local authority property and property were concluded prior to the introduction of the new code, allowing them to be protected by the Landlords and Tenants Act 1954 (“LTA 1954”). Under these conditions, the courts do not have the power to impose an agreement under the new code. If an amicable agreement cannot be reached, economic operators must apply to the courts for a new lease under the 1954 LTA. If you do not give us your bank details, we will send you payment cheques in any way. An access agreement that has been drawn up for the granting of rights for the use of central government websites. This toolkit could also be useful for solutions for local authorities. Trade agreements allowing communication network providers to use public assets (including land and buildings of local authorities) must be compatible with state aid and all relevant financial adequacy requirements. A written agreement between us and the landowner. It gives us permission to install, maintain or repair the network equipment on their property. We could pay them a fee. If the owner of the land or property is also the person requesting our service, we do not need to walk. Of these model agreements, only the Digital Infrastructure Toolkit and accompanying documents were developed by the central government.
The others are not approved by the central government, but they can be useful starting points depending on the context and nature of the proposed agreement. A leave of absence is a contractual agreement between a landowner or lessor and a telecommunications operator, in which the owner of the land grants a licence to the network operator with the right to access land and/or land, install and/or maintain electronic communications equipment.