Right of First Refusal

by David
(West Virginia)

My current contract has approximately 3 years remaining, and has no RFR clause. The cell company is trying to negotiate the new contract now, and wants to add a RFR clause to the new contract. I'm pretty sure this is unavoidable, so my question is: What is the monetary value of the addition of this clause? What should I ask for (increased rent, increased cancellation compensation, etc.) in exchange for the addition of this clause?

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Nov 06, 2018
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Who are you dealing with?
by: Stephen

David,

We deal with these types of situations all the time. Who are you dealing with?
One of the usual suspects?
Crown Castle? American Tower? SBA Communications?

Call us. 1-888-313-9750.

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