The Law On Changes To The Law 4. July 2003 No. 83 About Electronic Communications Act

Original Language Title: Lov om endringer i lov 4. juli 2003 nr. 83 om elektronisk kommunikasjon (ekomloven)

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Read the untranslated law here: https://lovdata.no/dokument/NL/lov/2008-01-11-2

The law on changes to the law 4. July 2003 No. 83 of the electronic communications Act.

Date LAW-2008-01-11-2 Ministry the Ministry of transport last edited published in 2008 clips 1 entry into force the King determines, 15.01.2008 Change Law-2003-07-04-83 Announced January 11, 2008 at 22:00. 15.40 short title Change law to the electronic communications Act Chapter overview: in the II CF agreement XI Nr. 5 cp (frd. 460/2004), no. 5 cu (frd. 531/2012). 
Of the Act 4. July 2003 No. 83 about electronic communications Act made the following changes: in section 6-2 new fourth to seventh paragraph should read as follows: Authority can in special cases upon application from the police and the armed forces to give permission to the use of frequencies allocated to the other when it must be considered necessary for the fulfilment of important, concise requirements.
Similarly, the authority upon application give the correctional permission to the use of frequencies allocated to the other for the creation of mobile-free zones in and in relation to their institutions.
The police can without permission from the authorities make use of the frequencies assigned to the other if the criteria for the identification of the communication facilities after the criminal procedure § 216 b the second paragraph, LITRA c are met. The police shall notify the authority as soon as possible after the frequencies assigned to the other is taken into use.
Frequency the use after the fourth, fifth and sixth paragraph should happen in a way that in the least possible degree interferes with rights of already assigned frequency permissions.
  The current fourth paragraph will be new eighth paragraph. 

II the law here is valid from the time the King decides.