landlord rights to install a cell tower without tenant consent

Does the landlord of our leased commercial property have a right to install a cell tower without tenant consent. This will cause an interruption to tenant's business for access and could result in liability to tenant.

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Aug 29, 2013
Let me check my wireless crystal ball...
by: Tower Genius

What does your commercial lease say?

What do the laws in your state say your rights as a tenant are?

This is a very typical scenario. i would suggest to your landlord in order to keep the peace and prevent your hard earned money from going to pay for some attorney's Costa Rican weekend golf outing, to speak with a company like ours who specializes in cell tower lease negotiations.

Language can be crafted to make sure that a detailed work schedule is presented that does not interfere with any tenant's main use.

Tower Genius

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