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Synonyms for rent

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

to give temporary use of in return for payment

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a hole made by tearing

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a payment or series of payments made by the lessee to an owner for use of some property, facility, equipment, or service

an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart

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the return derived from cultivated land in excess of that derived from the poorest land cultivated under similar conditions

the act of rending or ripping or splitting something

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let for money

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grant use or occupation of under a term of contract

engage for service under a term of contract

hold under a lease or rental agreement

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DC MS, 1/11/78, rents were found to be excessive and unreasonable in amount; consequently, a portion of the lessee's rent deduction was disallowed.
Department of Housing and Urban Development has required housing authorities to charge all tenants either 30 percent of their income or a flat rent, based on local market conditions-whichever is lower.
Before an audience of some 100 Sherwood residents, who said the hike was unjustified, the Lancaster Rent Arbitration Board voted 3-1 to permit rents to rise to an average $295 a month.
Many companies routinely rent tangible property (both as lessor and lessee), and frequently these rental agreements do not provide for level rent payments.
Generally, there are three types of rent inducements.
In the backwoods where farming and markets were more uncertain, the rent was usually paid as a portion of the crop or sometimes by clearing a specified number of acres per year.
One reason, suggests a recent Manhattan Institute study by Henry Pollakowski of MIT's Center for Real Estate, is that few beneficiaries of rent control were poor.
Just a year after its premiere on Broadway, Rent is a box-office legend.
ATLANTA, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Aaron's Rent-To-Own(R), an operating division of Aaron Rents, Inc.
During the first three years of the lease, Bentley typically paid its rent either ten days late or on many occasions, twenty days late.
While rent control became a major issue in the recent San Fernando Valley secession debate, gaps in the existing laws designed to protect the interests of apartment dwellers have been exposed as landlords cash in on soaring property values, they said.
The IRS allowed the 1992 rent, but disallowed the prepaid rent for 1993 and 1994.
By underscoring the anti-market economics of rent control and its inability to maintain or increase housing stock, the current crisis may prove to be a wake-up call for a city that is jokingly referred to (by supporters and detractors alike) as the "People's Republic of Santa Monica.
Previously, a cash basis lessor could defer income until payment was received, while an accrual basis lessee could deduct an amount for rent properly allocable to each year of the lease (even though the amount was not payable until a later year).
The Aaron Rents strategy is to increase market penetration with the advantages of the company's own furniture manufacturing division and a unique 12-month rent-to-own program.