rolled 1, 2, 2 = 5
The table you're sitting at could comfortably serve at least two hundred people. The high nobles, all of them, with their advisers, guards, and aides, occupy one end. You, Bem, the diplomatic team, and your own guards occupy the other. The Lord and all of his people are in the middle, between both sides and looking quite impartial beside the glares of the 47 oddball politicians.
“Alright,” says the Lord, rubbing his eyes, “Let's begin. I won't tolerate any untoward speech. Anyone who can't keep a civil tongue in this room will be ejected. Clear?” Everyone nods. “Good. Iva,” he nods to one of the nobles, “Go ahead.”
The high nobles want complete control of K5, a garrison in and around it, and a research base in the same place. They want the right to exclude any of your personnel if they choose, and the right to bring you in to assist with research 'at the earliest possible convenience', anytime. The same goes for any installations in Perin or the unclaimed land. They want the locations of all other known installations or ruins and all information you have on them.
They want full access to every bit of information you've gathered from the ruins, and they intend to confiscate any materials, objects, weapons, etc. as well. They will not interfere with any of your regular R&D, or with anything else unrelated to the actual ruins. This is probably because they're already pushing legal bounds, not because they have any moral objection.
Joint administration and R&D is negotiable if you hand over all military technology you've developed to date.