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Synonyms for lease

Synonyms for lease

to give temporary use of in return for payment

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to engage the temporary use of (something) for a fee

Synonyms for lease

a contract granting use or occupation of property during a specified time for a specified payment

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the period of time during which a contract conveying property to a person is in effect

let for money

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hold under a lease or rental agreement

grant use or occupation of under a term of contract

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engage for service under a term of contract

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In writing "The Advantages of Leasing Manual," Len Robins, CEO of LRI, who has been successfully involved in auto leasing for 20 years, set out to provide all the essential information a lessee needs to determine whether to lease or buy a family car, delivery van, or even a small fleet.
While companies are increasingly using more sophisticated techniques to increase efficiency, the use of application service providers (ASPs) to host lease management systems has not yet gained wide acceptance.
In addition to titling issues, lease asset securitizations must deal with concerns regarding priority security interest of the securitization trust assets against possible liens, such as a Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.
In the event the car is stolen or damaged beyond repair, conventional insurance may cover only its replacement value, which could be thousands of dollars less than the unpaid lease balance.
Note that rent leveling is generally favorable to lessees, because the reallocated amount is generally higher than the rent paid during the early part of the lease.
For example, the lease can specify that the lessor has the right of first refusal for any proposed upgrades.
Its "The Advantages of Leasing" Manual, published in the Summer of 1993, has already provided thousands of individuals and businesses with the information needed to make the most beneficial lease arrangement.
In all events, Madison argued, it could not have waived Bentley's monetary default because the lease contained a non-waiver provision.
Kansas Development Finance Authority state lease obligations, 'AA-'.
You may want a better-quality stereo system, for example, but you will pay to replace the old one at lease end.
A three-year, 477 s/f office lease extension for attorney Mahesh Dave.
Most landlords aren't interested in amending a lease once it's been signed to satisfy the tenant's lender's requirements.
In theory, then--not including discounts--the price of a lease equals the price of a purchase (after calculating the money recouped after a trade-in).
In seeking to simplffy the existing consumer leasing provisions, the proposal deemphasized the disclosure of terms that were considered less useful in comparison shopping between leases and more likely to be included in the lease contract.
However, this settlement often is not enough to cover the financial obligations of the customer's lease contract, and the customer must make up the difference.