WARNING Crown Castle Term Sheet Disguised as Entry and Testing Agreement

by Tyler Durden

Beware of an apparently deceptive tactic that appears to be currently in use by Crown Castle likely by its cell tower Strategic Relocation Group.

Recently a property owner, let's call him "Mr. Johnson" was presented a document to sign.

The document was named "Entry and Testing Agreement".

This is a type of document that is used by cell tower developers to gain access to a site in order to evaluate it and see if it is viable for cell tower development. E&T's do not contain financial terms.

But... Instead of being an Entry and Testing Agreement, this agreement turns out to be a 100 year term sheet, essentially a large pile of horse manure wrapped in a cell tower.

People. Read everything before you sign it.

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