cell tower lease
The wireless carriers are actively seeking to add right-of-first-refusal clauses (ROFR) to their new and extended cell site lease agreements. Verizon includes standard ROFR language
Some landowners with AT&T towers on their property are being contacted by Octagon Towers. Octagon Towers asks the landowner to either extend the AT&T lease or consent to assignment by AT&T to Octagon. Read further to know what you should do about these requests.
What is “future consent” you might ask? It is when a tower company asks for consent before they actually need it. In this case, Crown
Every year, we put together our prognostications for the coming year. This year, we are obviously a little late – primarily because the beginning of
We applaud Verizon for their interest in preventing their leases from being sold to third parties like lease buyout companies. It is understandable that Verizon (along
Verizon Finds Landowners Don’t Like ROFR Clauses- So They Rebrand Them.
Do Not Give Future Consent to Crown Castle (or any tower company)
Our Predictions for the Wireless (and Wired) Industries in 2018
Verizon’s Tricky-Tricky Cell Site Lease Assignment Language