Cell Tower on Energy Tower

We bought a property that has power line towers going through it, and one of the towers has a cell station on top of it. Does the energy company own it since it's on their tower, or do we have some sort of rights in it? The people we bought the property from said they didn't get any compensation when they switched out the tower for a bigger one with the cell station on top.

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Apr 30, 2015
Tower & easement
by: Anonymous

Duke has a utility easement and owns the tower.

Apr 25, 2015
who owns the ground space?
by: Anonymous

There are many property owners who have ground leases on electrical utility towers, i guess it depends on their easement.

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