Thousands of acronyms permeate the world of telecommunications services. A favorite acronym in the field is RTFM — read the fantastic manual — because invariably the answers to most technology questions are available in the manual.

Unfortunately, no manual addresses the wide range of potential telecommunications pitfalls awaiting the modern real estate lawyer. This article, while not a manual, alerts lawyers to key issues to watch for when confronting a real estate project that involves telephone, video, Internet or wireless services — in other words, the vast majority of real estate transactions.

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