Under Section 4 of the Act, where an electricity company considers the Wayleave Agreement to be a “Necessary Wayleave”, it may apply to a mandatory referral. Hello, we have been living in the same property in South Norfolk since 2003. We have a large bar on our property and every year we would get a payment from EDF for around £42. Then uk Power Networks became, and it continued, but during the lockdown I realised that we hadn`t had a payment for a year or two, so I contacted UKPN and was told they were doing checks and audits, and I would hear. Now they came back and advised me to return payments, but they asked me to sign to agree £190 for a 15-year contract or £21.61 a year. It is worth getting advice if you plan to sell the property within this time frame, as this may affect the value as stated in the deed. It may be worth seeing if you can find what EDF means for equipment and use to comparison and leverage. This right is especially important, because as we all know, if we own land, it is our private property and if someone comes there without permission, it is called an intrusion. .