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lease,

n 1. a conveyance of lands or tenements to a person for life, for a stated number of years, or at will, in consideration of rent or some other recompense.
2. any agreement that gives rise to a landlord and tenant relationship.
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Top-notch leasers also are incredibly good listeners.
In the case of a solely owned marina facility, the owner(s) could sell the marina property, thus affecting the storage of its many renters or leasers.
At Modern Woodworking, we use the exclusive EDA (Equipment Data Associates) verification process to ensure the validity of titles, job functions and decision making authority of purchasers and leasers of new and used woodworking equipment," said Chip Wisdom, Modern Woodworking Publisher.
In order for lenders and leasers to realize the full benefits of this technology, they need to address the remainder of their financial strategy which involves the sale or securitization of the obligations into the secondary market.
Airbus aircraft delivered by leasers, by aircraft type and by geographic region
We are creating the perfect environment to bring buyers and renters of real estate together with sellers and leasers," Christensen said.
In the second annual Consumer Reports Auto Buying Survey, 64% of a nationally representative sample of recent car buyers and leasers said they would use the web either to make a car purchase or obtain a local dealer referral -- up from 41% in last year's survey.
For example, the company will now have the ability to design campaigns specifically targeted to three customer types: rental customers -- those requiring extra trailers during peak seasons, or for emergency loads; long-term leasers - those needing to spend capital on something other than trailers; and trial leasers - those interested in evaluating new transportation technology before making an expensive purchase.
Knowing their precise locations and conditions poses a major problem for owners and leasers who need to continuously manage the flow of these assets and containers from one assignment to the next.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- Hanover Compressor Company, a privately owned company that in the past two years has grown into one of the nation's leading gas and oil field equipment leasers and fabricators, announced today that it had made its first significant move into the international market with the acquisition of Proyecto Gas Natural, C.