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n a payment made by a tenant to an owner for the use of land or a building.
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Our survey data show that most renters prioritize their rental payments and want their payment reported.
Yardi clients simply sign up with Experian RentBureau to have their rental payment history reported automatically from Yardi Voyager.
One of the things that we realized about the strength of rental payment reporting is that you can get that history in one fell swoop," Chenven says.
Under the agreement, the telecom operators should make fixed rental payments for the use of telecom towers, the service added.
Retailers and leisure-based businesses have been particularly hard hit following the rental payment, according to Rent Reform.
31, 2005 to permit X to use the recurring-item exception to deduct its equipment rental payment.
DENVER -- Until now, people who rented their homes couldn't get financing credit for their on-time rental payments, thus excluding millions from a wide variety of lending opportunities.
The decision to adopt the use of rental payment history as provided to Alliance's screening partners by Experian RentBureau paid immediate dividends to Alliance in terms of mitigating risk and improving NOI.
The payment stream is backed by a 10-year licence agreement between Common Tower Technologies Sdn Bhd, a state-backed company of Sabah, and the three main domestic telecom operators, Celcom Axiata Bhd, Maxis Broadband Sdn Bhd ( KUL:MAXIS) and Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, that obligates the telecoms to make monthly rental payments of set amounts for usage of telecom towers.
The payment stream is backed by a 10-year licence agreement between DHTI, a Johor state-backed company, and the three main domestic telecoms operators, Celcom Axiata Bhd, Maxis Broadband Sdn Bhd and Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, that obligates the telecoms to make monthly rental payments of defined amounts for usage of telecoms towers.
467-3(c), the Service's determination of whether tax avoidance is a principal purpose for increasing or decreasing rental payments in a leaseback or long-term agreement is to be based on all the facts and circumstances.
The Court of Appeals ruled that SSP's $21,000 annual rental payment to the Razavis was fair rental for the entire year.

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