Don’t Waive Tribal Sovereignty
We have helped Indian Tribes in lease negotiations with top U.S. wireless communications companies. Tribes such as the Nooksack Indian Tribe in Deming, WA, and the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe in Kingston, WA.
The most frequent request we see from wireless tenants is for tribes to waive tribal sovereignty and to resolve any dispute in a court outside tribal lands. Tribal nations are recognized by the U.S. federal government as domestic dependent nations with the right to self govern. There is no reason a tribe should have to litigate a dispute with a wireless tenant, by example, in the State of California or Washington.
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When negotiating with cell tower lease tenants you are negotiating with experts! What is the true value of your land to the tenant? What provisions are they requesting in the agreement that are over-reaching? Have an advisor on your side that cap tip the scales of negotiation in your favor!
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About Nick G. Foster
Since founding Airwave Advisors® in 2014, Mr. Foster has added value to over 400 clients ranging from the State of Nevada, City of Beverly Hills, to Habitat For Humanity. Mr. Foster focuses on cell tower lease renewals, buyouts, new lease negotiation, and cell site lease management. Prior to starting Airwave Advisors® Mr. Foster founded and led the Cell Site Services Group within nationwide commercial real estate services leader Cassidy Turley (now known as Cushman & Wakefield).