CASE COMMENTS: ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS – ACCESS TO CIVIL ENGINEERING INFRASTUCTURE – VERY-HIGH-SPEED BROADBAND ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS – DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Telecommunications - Access to civil engineering infrastucture : The French NRA extends its jurisdiction to disputes involving non active infrastructures (France Télécom ; NC Numericable)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. ARCEP, Dec. No. 2010-1179 of November 4, 2010 ruling on two requests for settlement of a dispute between France Telecom and NC Numericable and between France Telecom and Numericable SAS. ARCEP has the power to intervene in the event of a dispute between operators relating to agreements for access to an electronic [1]communications network. Its decision may specify the "fair technical and financial conditions" under which access must be provided. In contrast to its ex ante regulatory powers, ARCEP intervenes ex post in the role of arbitrator of contractual relations. The commented decision comes in the context of the ongoing deployment of very high-speed

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Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Orion Berg, Telecommunications - Access to civil engineering infrastucture : The French NRA extends its jurisdiction to disputes involving non active infrastructures (France Télécom ; NC Numericable), 4 November 2010, Concurrences N° 1-2011, Art. N° 34350, pp. 171-172

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