Transfer of wirelesss antenna ownership procedures when selling a property

by Robert
(Lakeville, CT)

If you own a building and sold your rooftop lease during the period of ownership if you wanted to sell the property would you need to have permission from the entity that purchased your lease?

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Apr 05, 2013
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Most likely not.....
by: jane (Tower Genius)

Most likely not but we you would have to read the sales agreement. In most cases they would just need to have a guarantee that the new owner recognizes their rights at the site.

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