lease vs license

by Elizabeth
(MA)

In Massachusetts, what is the difference between a lease agreement and a license agreement for a cell tower?

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general differences......
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

A lease transfers to the tenant a leasehold interest in the property. Leases are usually transferable or irrevocable.

A license gives the permission to use real property for a specific purpose. It does not transfer an interest in the real property. Usually a license is revocable.

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