access to land

by Will
(McCall Idaho)

What if the tower is not on your land but your land provides the only access to the tower?

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Feb 05, 2015
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That's usually a good thing.
by: Stephen

Howdy, Will.
Is this a new tower or existing site? Let's talk tomorrow if possible. Carriers and tower companies don't like paying easements over long periods of time, they prefer to pay one time and not have to worry about you again. If they are truly landlocked and must pass through your property, then you stepped in some real nice Huckleberries.

Steve
Tower Genius
888-313-9750

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