Aug 06, 2017 - 12:57 PM
Unfortunately, AT&T won't be able to help unless you both listed as property owners AND the lease states that payments must be made to the two of you. If you aren't listed on the property or the lease doesn't state that the payment must be made to the two of you separately, AT&T can't help. You will need to get a local attorney to help you file suit against your brother for the lost payments.
The property is in two names and not just in Brothers name.He is not listed as sole owner.Att can be more accountable.What departments do address this issue?.Brother position is same as mine on property but he has bigger amount of land.Need information for attorney to contact approximately parties at attorney.Att can be fairer and more accountable with their leases.
I feel an injustice from att.The company had the bigger responsibility to lease to correct people and not overlook owners.
Att has some responsibility for their leases.Do the attorneys answering represent att and not the public.Att should have a policy of fairness and not overlook owners of property they are leasing or show favoritism.Hopefully attorneys do not see att completely without fault and put the complete responsibility on the citizens leasing
Unfortunately, AT&T doesn't see it as favoritism. If they have direction from the property owner indicating who should be paid, they have a legal obligation to make the payments to that person. That places the burden on someone who claims to be the property owner to show that they are the property owner.
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