Does a landlord need to advise his tenants before installing a tower?

by Paul C
(nyc)

Does a landlord need to advise his tenants before installing a tower?

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Jan 27, 2011
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Depends on your lease.
by: Loretta

It depends what your rights are in your lease. Are you leasing the whole property and now the landlord is placing the tower in your rental area? If that is the case you may have a reason to fight the tower. If you are a tenant inside a building and that is the total rental you are paying for than the owner would most likely not have to inform you of renting space.

When a tower application is before the zoning boards they typically have to notify land owners within a specific distance... not tenants.

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