Fixed Link definition

Fixed Link means the Channel Fixed Link defined in Article 1 of the Treaty done at Canterbury on 12 February 1986.
Fixed Link means the Channel Fixed Link as defined in Article 1 of the Treaty done at Canterbury on 12 February 1986, which entered into force on 29 July 1987.
Fixed Link means the Channel Fixed Link as defined in Article 1.2 of the Treaty.

Examples of Fixed Link in a sentence

It will also be entitled to railway fees for the use of the rail link in the Fixed Link.

Specifically, the Danish authorities maintain that (1) the planning, construction and operation of the Fixed Link are not ‘economic activities’, but an exercise of public authority; (2) the positive and negative economic effects, which the Fixed Link may produce on adjacent markets and in the EU in general, are not a ‘distortion of competition’.

Thus, in their view, those activities form part of the public task of the State to inform its citizens and do not constitute promotional and marketing activities, as at this stage the operation of the Fixed Link lies in a distant future.

Femern A/S will be entitled to collect toll charges from users of the Fixed Link road infrastructure.

In the view of the Danish authorities, the planning, construction and operation of the Fixed Link are classic examples of an exercise of public planning power, which are not, and ought not to be, covered by Article 107(1) of the Treaty.


More Definitions of Fixed Link

Fixed Link means a telecommunications line connecting two points neither of which is Terminal Equipment;
Fixed Link means a Telecommunications connecting two points, neither of which is Terminal Equipment;
Fixed Link means the Channel Fixed Link as defined in Article 1.2 of the Treaty.
Fixed Link a Telecommunications Line connectingtwo points neither of which is TerminalEquipment;5.2. 1.22 "GSM"Global System for MobileCommunications as defined in the ETSIstructure of technical specifications fromtime to time and operating in the 900MHz frequency band;2. 1.23 "Interconnect Fees"the fees payable by the Parties to oneanother in terms of Part I of thisAgreement;2. 1.24 "Interconnection"the interconnection of the Telecommuni-cations Networks as provided for in thisAgreement;2. 1.25 "International Call"a Call, excluding a TBVC Call, whichoriginates from or terminates on atelecommunications system operatedoutside the Territory;2. 1.26 "ITU-T"the Telecommunications Standard-isation sector of the InternationalTelecommunications Union;2. 1.27 "Leased Line"a dedicated point-to-point circuit,complying with CCITT recommenda-tions and leased by MTN for thepurpose of conveying telecom-munications traffic;2. 1.28 "Licence"the National Cellular Telecommuni-cations Licence granted by thePostmaster General to MTN on30 September 1993 in terms of the PostOffice Act to establish and operate thePLMN in the Territory and any renewalor amendment thereof;6.7.2. 1.29 "Licensed Line"2. 1.30 "Link Charge"a Telecommunications Line or any partthereof which MTN is authorised toconstruct, maintain and use in terms of the Licence;any amount payable by MTN to Telkomin terms of Part II of this Agreement inconsideration for the use by MTN of aCOFL;2. 1. 31 "Manually Switched Call"2. 1.32 "Message"2.1.33 "the MOU"any Call which is established viaTelkom's National Manual ServiceCentre or International Manual ServiceCentre, as the case may be, these termsbeing defined in 3. 3 of Appendix 2;any sound, signal, sign or image sent,or to be sent, for conveyance by meansof a Telecommunications Line;the memorandum of understandingbetween the Parties and Vodacomdated 10 December 1993 together withthe addendum thereto dated13 January 1994;2. 1.34 "MSC"a mobile switching centre within themeaning of the GSM recommendations;2. 1.35 "MTN"Mobile Telephone Networks (Proprie-tary) Limited, a private company incor-porated in the Republic of South Africawith registration number 93/01436/07and having its principal place ofbusiness at Pin Mill Farm, KatherineStreet, Sandton;2. 1. 36 National call a call which originates from atelecommunications system located inthe Territory and terminates on atelecommunications system located inthe Territory;2. 1. 37 "Number" any alpha-numerical identifier of anycustomer, ...
Fixed Link means the Channel Fixed Link defined in Article 1 of the Treaty of Canterbury of 12 February 1986.
Fixed Link and “Channel fixed link” means the Channel fixed link as defined in Article 1(2) of the Treaty;
Fixed Link has the meaning given by paragraph (2) of Article 1 of the Treaty;