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When “Protecting the House” Applies to more than Sports Apparel

October 25, 2022

Wind leases involve enormous tracts of property and can be very invasive when it comes to continued landowner use. This is why wind leases generally contain surface protection clauses. These clauses protect a landowner’s continued use and quiet enjoyment of the leased property—especially that which isn’t directly affected by wind turbines and infrastructure. Learn how to negotiate this type of clause on your client’s behalf by watching our new video.

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