Q: If I live in a condominium or an apartment building, does this rule apply to me?
A: The rule applies to antenna users who live in a multiple dwelling unit building, such as a condominium or apartment building, ... For example, the rule would not apply to restrictions that prevent drilling through the exterior wall of a condominium or rental unit and thus restrictions may prohibit installation that requires such drilling.
said by wirelessdog:It is speaking as an example, it is not speaking to differentiate a MDU from a single tenant dwelling. If the property owner says not wall penetration, then no wall penetration.
That is speaking of a multiple dwelling unit which a tenant does not have exclusive access to.
On a side note about any wire or coax run under a window or door seal...That too can be prohibited. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture assisted rent properties have a rule the windows and doors must be lockable with original factory locks. Cracking the window open and using after-market locks - those aluminum clips with thumb screw - are not allowed.
said by wirelessdog:As long as it isn't prohibited by statute, you can put what ever you want in the lease - regardless how unfair, complex, or illogical it may be.
No, you need to realize that just because you put something in a lease does not make it legal.