renegotiation of lease terms

by Vladimir

1.If i sell, or donate, a piece of the land where there is already a tower, is the new land owning situation a good ground to renegotiate a new contract? Since the telecom company has an agreement with just one of the owners of the land.

2. If the site acquision drawing, which is a part of the contract, is different from the actual site configuration, is there a possibility for terminating the contract and renegotiating a new one?
Thank you.

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Dec 09, 2013
We need to read the lease....
by: Tom (Tower Genius)

We would need to read the lease and see what your rights are. Transfers of the property are usually covered by the tenants rights but if they are operating outside of their leased area you could consider that a default and you would have to craft a strategy to get them to the negotiating table. We have been very successful in drafting such strategies.

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