Court of Appeal takes a restrictive approach to deciding whether an operator has the ability to renew a telecommunications lease protected by Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“1954 Act”) under the Electronic Communications Code (“the Code”)
Carlos Pierce and Jacinta Conway review how the County Court decided the first case dealing with the renewal of a telecommunications lease under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“1954 Act”)
Cornerstone has been given permission to appeal the Compton Beauchamp case to the Supreme Court and the Ashloch case to the Court of Appeal.
Tina Middleton looks at how the Lands Tribunal in Scotland has decided its first case under the Electronic Communications Code (”the Code”)
In this article, Carlos Pierce considers and gives his view on the approach to valuation taken by the Tribunal in the two key cases so far
Upper Tribunal dismisses a paragraph 20 Application by Cornerstone for a Code agreement.
The Upper Tribunal determines Preliminary Issues on a long-standing issue that plagued the old Code on ownership of apparatus.
Carlos Pierce looks at this case where EE/Three sought rights under the Code to install electronic communications apparatus.
Right to carry out surveys is a Code Right and the Interim Rights Procedure under Paragraph 26 can be used independently.