Code 2016 is government legislation which sets out our commitments to you,
clearly and in the simplest possible terms the way in which we will work
together with you in your Ei Publican Partnerships pub.
decide to take on an Ei Publican Partnerships pub, we want you to be well prepared,
fully aware of the contractual relationship that you are signing up to and
confident in the support that you will receive whilst working in partnership
with our team. Of course, you will be accepting certain
obligations and we want to ensure that there is nothing in the 'small print' to
catch you out, and that there are no surprises waiting around the corner.
Failure by either of us to fulfil the obligations and responsibilities under
your agreement or this Code could adversely affect the nature of our business
relationship. We strongly recommend that you take independent professional
advice to assist your understanding of your obligations and the protection
afforded by this Code. This is a government document and as such ei publican partnerships are unable to advise or provide an explanation of the Code to you,
however, you will find many other documents which explain our policies and
procedures by visiting our website, and you will also find links to many other
useful sources of information.
formal lease or tenancy agreement will always be the legally binding
contractual relationship between us, we are also legally bound by the
commitments made in the Pubs Code. A copy of the Pubs Code 2016 is always available
on our website and a revised copy will be made available as soon as updates
have been made by the government and the legislation reissued.
We are unable to offer advice or opinions on this legislation so if you have any questions, please contact the Pubs Code Adjudicator, who is able to provide information and guidance on the Code.
email address at Ei Group: email@example.com
General EnquiriesTo contact the Office of the Pubs Code Adjudicator tied-tenants can either:
The telephone enquiry line is open:
Referrals for Arbitration There is a difference between a general enquiry and a formal referral to the PCA for arbitration. Only tied tenants (and the Pub Owning Business in relation to Market Rent Only disputes), or those authorised to act on their behalf, can make a referral.More information can be found on the PCA's website