Carriage Agreements

A transport contract is a contract between a freight or passenger carrier and the sender, recipient or passenger. Transportation contracts generally define the rights, obligations and obligations of parties that deal with matters such as the acts of God and which contain clauses such as force majeure. Among regular airlines, they are generally occupied by standard conditions printed on the back of a ticket or transport document. Notification of the arrival of a shipment is usually sent to the „notification party“ whose address appears on the shipping document. This part is usually either the buyer or importer. According to aviation analyst Henry Harteveldt, the airline`s transportation contract [3] favours the airline, not the passenger. Involuntary denying boarding is not unusual,[4] but the distance after boarding, because the seat is required by others, is „extremely rare“. Nevertheless, he believes that an airline has the right to do so on the basis of the contract. „Remember, it`s your plane and your seat – you only rent it from point A to point B,“ Harteveldt told Business Insider. [5] Commercial channels that have chosen Mostcarry`s status have the option of requesting transport under the same channel number they occupy by air, on the channel number occupied by the transmitter on July 19, 1985 or on the channel occupied by the station on January 1, 1992. However, television channels can also be broadcast on any channel agreed by mutual agreement between channels and cable operators. A: The Communications Act requires cable operators to set aside a certain part of their channels for local commercial and non-commercial television channels.

A cable operator with 12 or fewer channels must provide up to three local commercial television channels and at least one channel for a non-commercial local educational television channel. Cable operators of more than 12 channels must set aside one third of their pipeline capacity for local commercial channels. Cable systems of 13 to 36 channels must be equipped with at least one, but no more than three local educational television channels. Cable systems with more than 36 channels must carry all local non-commercial educational television channels that tan transport, with a few exceptions, for signal duplication. Local television channels that opt for the „Most-Carry“ option and those that have negotiated broadcasting agreements with the cable network are part of this quota. In September 2019, Disney began warning that its transportation contracts with AT-T and DirecTV are due to expire soon.