A Practical Guide to the New Electronic Communications Code for Property Lawyers
6th April 2022
This book is a practical guide to litigation arising out of the new Electronic Communications Code. Its goal is to assist those who litigate about code rights or code agreements on behalf of clients who own or occupy land that is, or may become, subject to them.
This book begins by explaining the relevant rights which may be conferred under the Code. This includes an analysis of its technical requirements, and the highlighting of potential pitfalls which may arise both in substantive disputes and the relevant tribunal procedures that apply.
The text goes on to focus on the parts of the Code that are most likely to have a substantial impact on landowners or occupiers, and so contains a detailed consideration of the growing body of case law that is developing on the most contentions aspects of the new code.
Authors: Kerry Bretherton QC & James Castle
Team: James Castle
Expertise: Real Property
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