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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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New leases include the Integon Insurance/GMAC; Vincenti & Vincenti; First Republic Bank; Kaufmann Gallucci & Krumer; C.
Over 70 percent of the dollar volume of operating leases is real estate-related.
Processing of leases in DSAMS is similar to the processing of an FMS case in terms of recording milestones and changing document status.
That's the difference between the residual value (what the car is worth at lease end) and the net capitalized cost (what you pay for the car).
110, which provides guidance for tenants of retail space with short-term leases who receive cash or a rent reduction from a landlord.
In many instances, leasing provides 100% financing--including freight and installation charges--without a down payment, though certain leases may require a 1015% deposit.
What makes leasing so hot now is that auto dealers and manufacturers, anxious to get out of the recession doldrums, are granting bigger discounts on leases.
Often a lease is negotiated with a hunting club of 20 to 50 sportsmen, although sometimes a landowner leases hunting rights to one person who, in turn, guides hunters on the land for a fee.
The securitization of auto leases involves some unique challenges relative to other auto-related ABS.
Two seven-year leases totaling 5,647 s/f lease at 34 W.
Both situations, however, can be problematic if such clauses were not included in the subject lease or leases, when executed.