Red Smith wrote:Don't jump to a quick rejection, as far as the courts go they feel a transmission tower to be a pretty minimal trespass and eminent domain rulings are frequent.
Usually they are awarded carte blanche with rights to endless access and unlimited duration.
The best deal would be a monthly stipend for as long as the tower trespasses on your land.
If the tower belongs to the same organization as your provider a free service in exchange is a good deal.
A one time settlement is usual, and usually not very damn much considering the grotesque profit they'll realize.
If their alternative is to put a tower bridging your land and pay your neighbors while ignoring you, you've shot yourself in the hiney as you'll receive all the negatives with no compensation.
Jade Crowley wrote:So they finally sent us documents like they said they would, they sent us a google map with an arrow pointing to our land (as if we didn't know where we lived?!?!) and a generic contract that they say is a more than fair offer of $3. per linear foot, it pretty much gives them all rights to the land at any and all times in the "easement" they are asking for. But the map doesn't show where the lines will be going and apparently the guy in charge is going on vacation and wont be back until after the 19th, he said if we have any questions it will have to wait until after then.
Nick Kitchener wrote:
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