AT&T Lease Agreement for our church

Picture of building AT&T built

Picture of building AT&T built

Our church was approached by AT&T about 1 year ago to lease our property for the purpose of building a cell tower onto existing electrical tower sitting on our property. They've been paying for about 10 months and they've just recently completed the building next to the electrical tower. Yesterday we received a registered letter inform us that they'll no longer be paying the lease. We didn't have anyone look over the lease agreement so I'm not sure what it says. Is this a tactic by AT&T to re-negotiate? What rights do we have as the property owners where their building now sits?

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May 31, 2013
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