land sale with cell excluded

by Don
(Inland Empire Calif)

I have a small parcel of land in california with an existing cell lease. I want to sell all of the land but retain all rights and income from the cell site as long as the cell site is in use. I assume that the best way is to record an easment which will describe the lease area and will also state my rights to all benefits (income) from the cell site and that in the event there is a default on taxes i will be notified. I think the easement will be recorded prior to my land sale so the easement will be from me to me and any assignee, successors.

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Dec 16, 2011
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Easement...
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

You would need to talk to your attorney... He may want the purchasing party to sign an easement to that effect.

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