Exclusive use statement

by George
(Lehighton, Pa )

Our farm has an SBA tower and we are in the process of amending the lease. Agreement provides for annual 3% increase and a monthly 60% increase starting in 2019 and extending the lease for an additional 30 years from 2024. They want an exclusive use to prevent any future towers on our property of 220 acres. Since our property is large we feel there should be an area of a certain radius from the tower that would be a restricted area adjacent to the tower.
Is this a reasonable exclusive use and what is a reasonable radius.?

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Jan 02, 2017
All easements should be non-exclusive in our opinion.
by: Stephen

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