46 As regards the definition, see Article 2(1)(3) of Regulation No 1290/2013 on participation: `associated country` means a third country (third country) which is party to an international agreement with the European Union, as set out in [option 1 for EU grants: Article 7 of Framework Regulation No 1291/2013 of the H2020 Framework Programme]. Article 7 lays down the conditions for the association of third countries with Horizon 2020.] (OPTION 2 for Euratom grants: Article 5 of Regulation (Euratom) No Council Regulation (EC) No 1314/2013 of 16 December 2013 on the research and training programme of the European Atomic Energy Community (2014-2018) supplementing the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 – Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (“Regulation No 1314/2013 of the Euratom H2020 Research and Training Programme”) (OJ L 344, 20.12.2013, p. 1). OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 948). Article 5 lays down the conditions for the association of third countries with Horizon 2020.] The access provider must inform users as soon as possible of any restrictions that may significantly affect the granting of access rights.] For example, an existing agreement (for example. B an exclusive licence excluding the granting of access rights, a) informs other beneficiaries that access to its context is subject to legal restrictions or restrictions, including those imposed by the rights of third parties (including staff), or (b) direct or indirect participation in decision-making powers in the legal person concerned. (a) the same public investment company, institutional investor or venture capital company holds a direct or indirect holding exceeding 50% of the nominal value of the issued share capital or a majority of the voting rights of the shareholders or associated undertakings; The rules on access to basic information (including the conditions and extent of access) are generally the same as for results (see Article 31). Therefore, access rights are generally limited to other beneficiaries and certain related entities of other beneficiaries, unless otherwise agreed. .

(a) the direct or indirect participation of more than 50% of the nominal value of the issued share capital in the legal person or a majority of the voting rights of the shareholders or associated undertakings of that undertaking; In addition, the conditions of access are slightly different. Access must be granted: example: one beneficiary has a new technology that other beneficiaries need to carry out their tasks under the action, and the other beneficiaries do not provide the same context. In this case, beneficiaries may agree that access to the new technology is not free for the implementation of the action. However, if the beneficiaries give their consent before the signing of the General Assembly, other conditions may apply in the background. However, as far as context is concerned, there is no (or no longer limited) obligation to access it where there are restrictions or restrictions (legal or other) and the beneficiary has informed others – prior to joining the GA (or immediately if additional contexts are agreed). Example: Beneficiary A used the background of Beneficiary B to generate its results. . . .