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lease

1. a contract by which property is conveyed to a person for a specified period, usually for rent
2. the instrument by which such property is conveyed
3. the period of time for which it is conveyed

Lease

An agreement granting permission of a property for a specified time period, usually for a specific amount of rent, without transferring ownership.

lease

[lēs]
(industrial engineering)
Contract between landowner and another granting the latter the right to use the land, usually upon payment of an agreed rental, bonus, or royalty.
A piece of land that is leased.
(textiles)
A means of keeping warp threads in position during weaving and beaming by passing them alternately over and under a set of rods.

lease

A contract transferring the right of possession of buildings, property, etc., for a fixed period of time, usually for periodical compensation called rent.
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Banks will likely adopt a wait-and-see approach, lenders and leasers say, while the aircraft lessors will enter the country much sooner.
The meeting also called on the leasers to ensure that parents are accompanying their children of all age groups while using quad bikes.
Across the hill the Royal Westmoreland is a traditional-style golf club drawing its members from owners and short-term leasers of the splendid properties scattered noramic ws are weeping and with some formidable tee shots of knee-trembling implica-ions, such tractions helpful.
Incentives for joint ventures, cooperatives, finqueros and cuentapropistas, and leasers of state facilities and all other forms of property that might increase efficiency.
Speaking at a meeting at High Court Bar room, Latif Afridi and others lawyer leasers demanded the arrest of the May 12 mayhem.
The company, together with the investors and leasers, agreed to launch 7 Zones in March 2010 while completing other details set out during the project's initial design.
The views (of the two leasers) were very close "if not identical" said Abdallah Deng Nhial, the PCP deputy secretary general.
Leasers will benefit from BIO's state-of-the-art pre-built advanced manufacturing units designed especially for companies engaged in high-technology manufacturing and assembling, light industry, SMEs and industrial processing.
It is going to have to be a team exercise, with governments providing the legal framework and standards needed to build the infrastructure required to ensure that buyers (or leasers) of electric, gas or biofuel vehicles can fill up.
The 4,390 companies in the sample were then classified based on each company's use of operating leases, identified as either "non-leasers" (524), "minimal" leasers (2,632), "moderate" leasers (1,021) and "heavy" leasers (213).
Community Director Stacey Manzella said the Great Room has made it easier to turn lookers into leasers.
In their efforts to kick out sub leasers, they are hurting people who legally and properly occupy the properties.