Hello my mother-in-law has a bt pole at the bottom of her garden with several sons who come to her property, and she also has cables that go under her country. The problem is that the people who have the house above their back have claimed that the mast there landwart and claimed for over 30 years. it is now proven that it was on my mother in the laws of the earth and there was there for 48 years she can claim that back?she received a bt offer of about 300 dollars as a single payment, but they just told her to sign it but do not date it and then get a sensation to sign it but not to date it, I do not think it`s legal, but what do you think? Unlike a relief that can be a permanent right of access via your country, a freedom agreement is usually an annual thing. This is a personal contract between the supplier/utility and the owner of the land. This means that it is not permanent and can be terminated. In addition, the notice can go up to a year! How much can the landowner expect? Unfortunately, financial negotiation is another challenge in Wayleave`s negotiations. Some landowners have high expectations and therefore expect much more than service providers are willing to pay. Many factors can determine the viability of an agreement, including location, soil conditions and topography. Simply put, it all depends on the nature of the project! Land cables are something I`m not sure about.
I`ll take a look. In the meantime, can you specify what type of terrestrial cable? „the amount which, at the time of the valuation of the market value, would be paid by a willing buyer to a willing seller for the agreement: (a) in the case of an arm length transaction (b) on the basis that the buyer and seller acted prudently and knowingly of the transaction, and (c) on the basis that the transaction was subject to the other provisions of the agreement imposed by the contract. On the other hand, compensation represents a loss or injury suffered (or suffered) by the site operator as a result of the agreement reached or imposed. It is the monetary equivalent of the loss or injury suffered. For more details, see paragraphs 25 and 14 (i.e. paragraphs 83 to 86) of the code. Thanks for your info Lou. You`ve hit the nail on the head in terms of holiday compensation – if you can do it yourself and have the time and confidence, then this can usually be sharper. However, if it is a particularly sensitive requirement or institution, or if you just want others to get away with it, then a damage society with knowledge may be „maybe” better.