crown wants easement on my property

by charles
(TN)

I have a AT&T lease on my property with a rather large building, crown castle approached 10 year ago to get ATT lease extended to 100 year, was told by at&t that they did not sell my tower to Crown Castle, but now Crown keeps approaching me wanting a EASEMENT to my property. Why would they want a 20 year easement if they don't own the tower, please give me a idea.

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Feb 15, 2016
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Sounds like they want to buy you out of your contract.
by: Stephen

Is your lease up for renewal soon? Usually what Crown is talking about wanting an easement, they want to purchase a "perpetual easement" or do a lease buyout. We are happy to take a look at your lease for no charge so we can give you specific feedback. They may be pushing hard now since they realize that your lease with AT&T could be expiring soon.

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