Cell phones are everywhere these days and with more people than ever turning to them, cell phone companies are clawing their way to support the demand. This has led to many carriers reaching out to property owners about placing cell towers on their property.
If you too have been contacted by a cell phone company, we, at Law Offices of Christopher Glenn Beckom, can help you work out the confusion regarding cell site lease agreement with expert advice drawn from specialists in the telecommunication industry. Our legal team knows the industry from both the inside and out, and we can help you in these three key areas of cell site leasing.
Cell Site Lease Agreement
A cell site lease agreement can appear to be rather intimidating. Carriers have an entire legal team that helps them make provision for negotiations, so why put yourself at a disadvantage? It is critical to have an experienced telecommunications attorney review the legally binding contract before you sign it. Cell tower leasing involves an exchange of money, often tens of thousands of dollars; any agreement worth that much is worthy of some extra review. Plus, having our legal experts keeping an eye out for your interests throughout the negotiation process will make any carrier think twice before trying to take advantage of you.
Cell Site Lease Amendments
At Law Offices of Christopher Glenn Beckom, we also assist you with issues involving the renegotiation of your existing cell site leases. Because we have dealt with hundreds of cell tower lease negotiations, we understand how you may be affected by an amendment to an existing lease. We can explicitly explain the outcomes of an amendment to you and help you discuss terms of a cell tower lease adjustment that addresses the carrier’s requirements as well as your interests as a landowner.
Cell Site Lease Sales and Buyouts
There are quite a few lease buyout companies looking around to acquire cell site lease rights. If you have not been contacted to put up your wireless lease for sale, it is only a matter of time. Our team of expert telecommunication attorneys can assist you in understanding the dissimilarities between the offers being made and what legal complications you are likely to come up against should you sell your lease.
At Law Offices of Christopher Glenn Beckom, we provide legal services to landowners, both public and private regarding all legal concerns involving cell site leases. If you have been approached by a cell phone company interested in leasing your property or you have questions regarding an existing cell phone tower lease, please feel free to call us at 800-581-7030 or mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.