by Jeff
(SF, CA)

We are negotiating a lease with AT&T and we are stuck on the interference language. We do not want to have to enforce interference claims between AT&T and Sprint and Nextel who already rent our roof for cell towers. Any language you think we should be using? We are concerned about changes in the future that any of the three companies may make that may interfere with the other companies.

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Mar 05, 2011
Hope this helps
by: Kevin at Tower Genius

The first rule is never give them the right to approve someone looking to colocate on your roof. If you give them that right it is like granting them an exclusive in a sneaky way. They should work around other tenants their before them and any tenants that come after them should work around AT&T to make sure no interference will happen.

With that said the interference language is the least of your worries when reviewing the AT&T standard wireless lease agreement. Please make sure you have a professional in the cell site leasing industry review the document before you sign anything. Good luck and call us if we can help you in anyway.

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Mar 03, 2011
Interference language for AT&T rooftop lease
by: Tower Genius

Jeff thanks for the question. I don't want to "cut and paste" language they have accepted on dozens of rooftops where other co-locating carriers are present. Please check your email.

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