Case Study question

by S.P.
(MN)

Hello! Scenario for you: say you have a company like American Tower or SBA who has a customer put a tower on the property of a private land owner. That customer causes damage to the land owners property and now the land owner wants to block the customer's access to the site. In a few days, a second customer to supposed to access the same site to do work and is potentially going to be blocked by the land owner until the damage issue is resolved. Who is responsible for the damage to the land owner and the damage the second customer may incur by being blocked from the site?

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Mar 30, 2017
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by: Stephen

Don't block their access.
You can open yourself up to liability and are probably in default if you block access.
Cell tower leases have provisions for curing non-monetary defaults.
Most of the time if you call the tower company they will fix the problem.

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