A landlord could not get round the requirement to make a “demand for payment of the service charge” within the 18-month time limit specified in law. That was the ruling of the Court of Appeal in a case involving a landlord that held the head lease of the residential parts of a large mixed-use development.
Commercial Property & Telecoms
Do you have a telecommunications mast on your land, or on the roof of your building? Maybe you’ve been approached by a mobile phone operator about putting equipment on your land. Or maybe an operator has approached you asking you to enter into a wayleave agreement so that they can run broadband through your land?
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Graham Jones, in the Commercial Property team, has specialist experience and knowledge in electronic communications. If you need advice on matters relating to telecommunications sites, communications wayleaves, or the Electronic Communications Code, we can help.
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