Someone put a cell tower on my empty lot without my consent

by Marlene
(Del Mar, California)

How do I find out who is getting paid - they are not sending me any money.

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by: Stephen

That doesn't sound very good.

There should be a Memorandum of Agreement filed at your county under property records for the parcel which identifies the LESSOR (the individual or entity getting paid rent) and the LESSEE (the entity who is leasing the space).

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