A landlord asks: "My cell company tenant changed their site but claims it is maintenance. Do I need a lawyer?"
Many sites are undergoing upgrades and landlords are receiving notices that a maintenance project will take place. In some cases, the tenant seeks the landlord's permission but in others changes are made to the site without the landlord's knowledge. Read your lease to fully understand your rights and the tenant's responsibilities. Request details of the project from your tenant and do not sign anything until you are sure everything is legal. If you are not sure, get some advice. If a dispute arises, seek legal counsel from an attorney specializing in cell site leasing
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