I've never got my head around this point: DNO and agents have always insisted the load side tails from the meter belong to the customer but they terminate them into their meter and seal it. I've always thought the cover should be in 2 parts.Third meter installer just sealed up the cut-out fuse, his new meter and my isolator without a word of complaint. I did wonder about his need to seal up >MY< isolator, but I suppose because there were permanent live tail in the bottom(?).
Now with an isolator, regardless of whose isolator it is, they seal as far as that [and on one occassion I'm aware of they had installed the isolator cover in such a way that the load side was locked by the supply side seal so defeating the purpose of the 2 part cover]. Even further, one of my properties I fitted a RCD ahead of the CU, when tenant had a PP meter fitted they also fitted an isolator and sealed : head, meter, isolator & my RCD and even placed 2 stickers on the CU. I've also seen matching seals on the Henley blocks.
Whenever I've needed access to the sealed end of my tails I've simply phoned DNO and advised them I'm breaking their seal and explained the reason, so far it's always worked out ok, sometimes they come out to inspect/seal, sometimes not.