att cell tower lease ending in 24 days

by tower landlord

Yes i have had a lawyer working on an att tower lease renegotiation, for almost 2 is over nov. 19 , 2011. are they in breach of contract when contract ends without a new one signed.

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Oct 26, 2011
It depends.....
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

It depends if they have a method of holdover in the lease agreement. If you send us the agreement we would be happy to give it a quick review and discuss your options.

Many times attorneys are very unfamiliar with the provisions that carriers and tower companies require. These agreements are not the same as a standard commercial lease. In fact a large portion of our business is guiding legal counsel on the issues of wireless development and leasing. I am sure we can help you come to terms with the carrier while maximizing your return.

Tower Genius 888-313-9750

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