Professor McGee comments on whether tenants have rights to the airspace that extends beyond the exterior of the walls bounding the premises. Two of the issues put forth in cases are television antenna and air conditioners that protrude from tenants' windows. Professor McGee reviews some of the court cases that have help settle the issue of airspace rights, and finds that the courts have consistently held that the circle of the tenant's rights is great in circumference.
Adjacent Airspace in the Law of Landlord and Tenant, 6 DEPAUL L. REV. 63