The case concerned the provisional access rights of operators to the sites under the new code and the ability of the Supreme Court to impose an access agreement when conditions cannot be agreed with a site owner. One problem for telecommunications service operators is that due to the strictness of the new code provisions for the owners of the new codes, operators of new editorials are often reluctant to allow operators to install equipment on their land and, in this case, to allow operators to carry out surveys to assess the adequacy of the sites. The new code will have a significant impact on the relationship between landowners and „operators“ (licensed electronic communications service providers) and telecommunications equipment agreements on land or buildings across the UK. The new code is therefore relevant to educational institutions and we have already seen examples showing that operators are proactively using the new code rights to access discounts to assess their suitability for new facilities. One point that the guidelines omit is the time limit in Regulation 36: the municipality cannot file a complaint more than six months after the breach of its obligations. The university disputed a second point that, where an operator intended to apply for an interim rights agreement, this had to be related to a request for a Permanent Code of Rights, since the decision to grant interim rights in point 26 relates to a lower standard of proof that the operator has a „good and questionable“ case. The university said it was a way to circumvent the stricter test for permanent code rights. Terms implied in cancellation contracts – Notwithstanding the contractual terms of the purchase agreement, the operator may update the equipment and share it with other operators and eventually transfer the agreement to another party without the landowner`s consent. Early route projects are often silent on these points and therefore lack important additional provisions that an owner should insist on. The transitional provisions provide that the various agreements are subject to a more limited range of code rights and not to the wider range of rights provided by the new code and that the new provisions relating to termination and amendment of agreements will be amended.