The title of the paragraph is: « Relationship between this code and agreements with operators. » In a case that recently ended in the High Court (September 1, 2020), the landowner submitted to an operator`s request to impose a code agreement. The new code is included in Schedule 1 of the Act and introduces a new 3A schedule in the Communication Act 2003. It replaces the earlier version of the code, as defined in the Telecommunications Act 1984 (« Old Code »). A codeshare agreement, also known as codeshare, is a common commercial agreement in the aviation industry, in which two or more airlines publish and market the same flight under their own airline manager and flight number (the « flight code ») as part of their published flight plan. Typically, a flight is designated by an airline (technically referred to as an « administration company »), while seats are sold by all airlines that have cooperated with their own name and flight number.  For the purposes of the code, a « code agreement » is an agreement to which Part 5 of the code applies: paragraph 29, paragraph 5 code. The Supreme Court reluctantly concluded that telecommunications operators do not have code protection and are unable to apply for new rights to the code under agreements made under the old code, but which expired before the new code came into force. This gives a landowner the freedom to assign a distance message to the operator and the operator has no choice but to leave. The owner of the land is not obligated to justify a reclamation; No long notice periods and, in this case, no right of the 1954 law for the operator. There is a great deal of competition in the aviation sector over ticket sales strategies (also known as « seat reservation ») (revenue management, variable prices and geo-marketing). Consumer organizations and national trade ministries are critical of code sharing because it is supposed to cause confusion and transparency for passengers.  It is now quite clear that under the new code, an agreement must not be entered into HM`s land registry or must be linked by other means to third parties. This will also be the case when the contract is concluded in the form of a lease agreement.
Therefore, inspection, investigation and investigation will be essential for land where telecommunications equipment is present The electronic communication code (code) is listed in Schedule 3A of the Communication Act 2003. It is a set of rights designed to facilitate the installation and maintenance of electronic communications networks. The result is that the operator is effectively excluded from any protection under the new code. The court announced that it would grant leave to appeal, as the impact on in situ operators under expired agreements is enormous. When the decision is made, it gives a landowner the right in this scenario to change the code termination procedures and to comply with a distance notice requiring the operator to agree, within twenty-eight days, a reasonable period of time for the evacuation of the site.