I do not provide this information publically for several reason, as they are trade secrets.
1) Disclosing property owner partners opens the door for competitors to know where to work first, to attempt compete agaisnt us in a way that does us the most harm. Its the principle of Wendy usually opens up across the street from MCDonalds. If I have a relationship with X, andthey gain a relationship with X, I also llikely lose a relationship or choices with X. We are allies, as long as they are going after other turf working with Y. I've lost as much as 100s of thousands of dollars, by being forced to fullfil first right of refusal agreements, prematurely to twart off my competition, after disclosing such information. The agreements that we have in place is what gives a significant time to market advantage, and disclosing such info publically could effect our company worth as other WISPs establish relationships with those owners, even if in other regions.
However, I find that every landlord is a good one to work with, its just an issue of identifying what each others goals are, and catering to them. The diffence is that landlords that don't yet get it, just take a lot longer to work with to teach them to get it. I now can get roof approval on many building in a week compared to 6 months to a year in the past, due to sampelagreements and previous negotiations with landlords. What you will also find is that these terms are not applicable to all properties manages by the managers. The reason is that each building usually has co-owners that may not all be the same.
We also find that EVERY contract is different and customer. Based on legal fees that would be taken by management companies, they almost ALWAYS insist on you using their agreement, and then you needto spend time hacking away their default agreement with your needed text. So my agreement in its entirety will rarely do you good. I also find that I have to bend on different arreas for different landlords based on whats important to them. So I could not give you just one sample agreement, I'd have to give you 30 sample agreements. And of course not all 30 have been tested in court. So as I'm not a lawyer, if I were in your shoes I probably wouldn't trust my agreement text.
Lastly, I want to point out, many of the agreements are considered confidential property by the landlords, and sharing that info would be copyright violations, and possibly violations of Non-disclosures.
My intent previously was to point out the concerns, so you'd think to consider them.
However, if there is any specific type of agreement you are wanting to do with a property owner, Off list, I can send you a sample or two, that might be applicable for your purpose.
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IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband
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