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Topic # 59052 25-Mar-2010 14:46
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How easy is it for the Telco's to move a cell phone tower if you don't want it on your property any more.

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  Reply # 311297 25-Mar-2010 14:48
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Depends on the size and power of it, I would think.

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  Reply # 311302 25-Mar-2010 15:01
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I'd have thought that you'd have signed something before the tower went up, granting the telco the use of the land, possibly in exchange for xyz compensation? Surely they wouldn't put a tower on a property with just a handshake? I'm guessing the contract/agreement will state what to do if you wish to break the agreement.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 311303 25-Mar-2010 15:01
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Read the contract you have with the carrier if you breach that contract it will be at your cost and you will be looking at a few hundred thousand

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