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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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This provision applies to leases that call for increasing rent amounts over their terms, if the total payments due are more than $250,000.
* Build-to-order leases: property constructed by the lessor according to the lessee's specifications.
Of the various leases signed within the Swig portfolio, 80 Broad Street was one of the most active properties, with over 118,000 s/f of leases signed.
* Myth: Leases are engineered to avoid capitalization.
And insurance, as it pertains to leases, is one area that needs particular attention.
New DSAMS functionality deployed with Release 6 includes the ability to write leases. Leases can now be developed, tracked, and printed using DSAMS.
EVERY FINANCIAL MANAGER NEEDS TO KNOW HOW TO INTERPRET THE LEGALESE FOUND IN EQUIPMENT LEASES. HERE'S A QUICK GUIDE THAT SHOULD HELP.
Issued on May 13, 1999, Revenue Canada's Policy Statement P230, Application of the Excise Tax Act to Leases, Licenses, and Similar Arrangements of Tangible Personal Property By Indians, Indian Bands, and Band Empowered Entities, addresses specific issues that arise from the interaction of Technical Interpretation Bulletin B-039R, GST Administrative Policy: Application of GST to Indians, and section 136.1 of the Excise Tax Act.
110, which provides guidance for tenants of retail space with short-term leases who receive cash or a rent reduction from a landlord.
Expensing the rentals will create a slightly better savings than depreciation on 3-4 year leases.
South Carolina insurance agent Bob Hall is an expert on hunting leases. "Leasing seems to work best for large landowners," says Hall.