Cell tower on my property that previous owners took buyout

by Diane
(Pittsboro, Nc)

I just bought a property that has a Cell tower on my property that previous owners took buyout. There was no land divided in that sale & it still sits on my property (according to survey). How can that be? If they bought it out wouldn’t the property be divided? Doesn’t seem fair that this buyout wasn’t informed to us on the deed search & it definitely doesn’t seem right that we will pay property taxes on it. Definitely plan to see a lawyer but I’m trying to understand this a little better. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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Mar 21, 2022
Diane - we will answer your question here on video.
by: Stephen

Diane, look for a video response here shortly.

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