Tenant Had Ownership of Rooftop Sign

Tenant Had Ownership of Rooftop Sign



Facts: An owner and a tenant disagreed about which party owned the outdoor advertising sign on top of the building. The owner asserted that the sign is an “improvement and appurtenance” to the building and therefore was conveyed to it when it bought the building. The tenant contends that the lease gives it ownership of the sign and the right to remove it at any time.

Full Article Access:

Full access to complete articles from Commercial Tenant's Lease Insider is for subscribers only.

Not yet ready to subscribe?

Topics