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Friday, November 15, 2013

A letter to send to your neighbouring wind turbine lease holder

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AddressCityPostal Code
Re: Information Regarding Industrial Wind Turbine Lease
Dear Sir/Madam
As a lease holder for Industrial Wind Turbines you will likely have signed a contract with a wind developer that may include language similar to the following:
“Lessor grants to lessee a non-exclusive license for audio, visual, view, light, flicker, noise, shadow, vibration, air turbulence, wake, electromagnetic, electrical and radio frequency interference, and any other effects attributable to the wind power facilities or activity located on the leased lands or on adjacent properties.”
Having signed said lease(s) with this or similar language included in your lease for Industrial Wind Turbines, you are fully aware that any or all the above mentioned effects may occur on your own or on ‘adjacent properties’.
In the event I or any member of my family suffers from any or all of the above mentioned effects after Industrial Wind Turbines are installed on your property, I will be exploring further legal options.
Regards
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