Leasing options

by Glynn
(Georgia)

What is the difference between a master lease agreement, site lease, tower lease and a sub-lease? I have seen these terms in various contracts and I want to be well informed.

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by: Steve

Site lease = probably refers to a ground lease or rooftop lease

Master lease agreement = i.e. deal between Crown and Verizon for all their sites in Southern California

Tower lease = self explanatory

Sub-lease = When T-Mobile leases tower space and mounts their antennas on AT&T's tower

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