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County court tackles 'long-standing controversy' over right to remove telecoms equipment, says expert

A UK landowner does not have the right to require the removal of telecoms equipment legally installed by the tenant until the tenancy agreement comes to an end, a county court in England has ruled. 05 May 2015

Government consults on Electronic Communications Code reforms

The UK government has published new plans to reform the Electronic Communications Code in a move it said is designed to improve consumers' access to digital services whilst recognising landowners' interests. 02 Mar 2015

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Government withdraws plans to 'rush' new Electronic Communications Code into law

A revised Electronic Communications Code setting new rules governing the installation, maintenance and removal of electronic communications equipment from property will not now be implemented into UK law through the Infrastructure Bill. 23 Jan 2015

Judge allows hotel companies to reassign leases without losing benefit of associated guarantees

A High Court judge has approved arrangements allowing companies within the Hilton group to reassign leases between themselves without the landlord losing the benefit of a guarantee granted by the parent company. 20 Jan 2015

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