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rent,

n a payment made by a tenant to an owner for the use of land or a building.
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Worse, she is profoundly frightened of renting to tenants that would come in, stop paying rent, and never leave.
This paper, therefore, examines how farm families - both owners and tenants - used renting as a "family strategy" for survival and economic advancement.
In the meantime, there are some cheaper (though not inexpensive) alternatives: Buying things on time from retail stores or with credit cards is almost always cheaper than renting to own.
Enterprise) and Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company of San Francisco (Enterprise San Francisco) were involved in renting a 2002 Ford Econoline E-350 15-passenger van to Hany Gerges, who was acting on behalf of St.
There is also a low rent supplement of $15 for apartments renting for $500 or less and a minimum rent of $215, equivalent to the welfare shelter allowance for one person.
Although the Razavis might have received more rent by renting their unit on a daily or weekly basis, Sec.
The Pledge To Parents program uses the popular-with-parents movie and video game content ratings (voluntary entertainment industry systems) to prevent minors from renting or buying videos deemed inappropriate by their parents.
Since the median income for apartments renting for less than $450 is $15,000, Michael McKee of the New York State Tenants & Neighbors Coalition called the proposed $15 low-rent supplement a "poor tax.
For instance, when renting space in a shopping center, a lessee should consider negotiating for a covenant not to compete restricting the lessor from renting to the lessee's competitors.