A growing body of telecoms case law

The relationship between landlords and digital/telecoms infrastructure operators had, until recently, been governed by a set of rules written in 1984. That all changed in 2017 when the new Electronic Communications Code was introduced, at which point  responsibility for resolving disputes was moved from the courts to the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) (UT). The ease and speed of using the UT has been a factor in there being nine reported decisions in as many months under the new Code (compared to only a handful in 30 years under the old Code), as has the fact that all UT decisions
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