Upon the death of my parents, I discovered they leased a 100'×100' area of their 14ac property. Now the estate is in probate and we plan to sell. However construction is set to begin early next year on the tower. How can we get out of the lease so not to devalue the property?

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Nov 27, 2018
99.9% sure that you probably can't
by: Stephen

Things like this are covered in your lease, or every time a property changed hands they could be tearing down a half million dollar tower.

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