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It's really a case by case basis. If you get permission from your landlord or whoever owns the property then you shouldn't need any form. When one signs up for DirecTV they are asked about property type and go from there.1 comment
DirecTV installer and manager since 2002. I have seen and done quite a bit of basic to advanced...
If it is a rent to own, the only thing to do is to check for requirements of the park itself. some restritions may apply to the managers of the park as far as the location of the dish. it never hurts to ask a question..
being in crg (customer retention group/save team), i am the last person you will ever need to speak with to...
Because you are still renting with the option to buy you would still need to get the form or your can write your own: With the form, everybody is covered.
I, (landlord name), hereby authorize (your name) to install a Directv System at
Signature of Landlord.........Date
Signature of Tenant.............Date
I've been a tech for Dish Network for 12 years & Directv for 3 years. I also was a Paratrooper (509th)...
If we have to drill holes, roof mount & some cases it has to stay in ur common area. It's best to just get in case u need it. Some offices will not install if u don't have it. So if u get it ahead of time u know ur good to go. I wish other cust were like u, because some of them r very Unprepared & upset when we can't install the satellite. Thank u.
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if Rent to Own - no. You should have no issues, rent to own is like purchasing a home. As for the park restrictions, as long as there is no safety concern you can have the service any where you want - per FCC rules. and as long as you have a clear view of the southern skies
I know the directv system up and down. I can give you an answer to anything. I've been a technician for...
it depends. case to case basis. just check any HOA guidelines