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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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Banks will likely adopt a wait-and-see approach, lenders and leasers say, while the aircraft lessors will enter the country much sooner.
Whereas, on the other hand, for small stores that are rented at approximately EGP 5,000, sometimes leasers cannot even meet their rents or the daily workers' payments, and they find themselves forced to fire some workers.
The PYMA leasers said that regular and steadier reduction in markup rate over the period was shedding positive effects on industry business and trade as the national economy was gradually pulling out of the stagnancy and was on the recovery path.
New housing sales to private investors and investment in appliance replacement by leasers fell drastically over the period 2013-2014, thereby negatively impacting the consumer appliances market.
Cash-strapped SpiceJet has cancelled 115 flights a day as many of its Boeing 737s have been repossessed by leasers due to non-payment of rentals.
According to leasers in Makkah, considered one of the most densely populated cities in the Kingdom, several landlords accept earning low annual rents for their housing units as long as residents leave their flats during Haj.
The Israeli enemy has moved back before the choice of the resistance; but there are leasers who got used to humiliation and succumbing.
Chesapeake and Encana were the biggest leasers of land during a short-lived leasing boom in the state's Collingwood Shale oil and gas play that year.
The real and major return is gained by the manufacturers and land leasers.
Leasers had to fork out the most and handed back [euro]21million.
The department also provides services to protect the rights of real estate brokers, leasers and other transaction parties to promote transparency, good conduct and competition in the real estate market," he added.
Leading brokerages recently speculated that Midtown South's popularity--and high cost--has led would-be office leasers to look for space elsewhere.
Since their doors have opened, they have helped approximately 1200 leasers per year that are qualified based on "the income only model" that boasts the qualifying criteria set forth by FHA's underwriting guidelines for debt to income ratios and other income qualifiers.
The supermarket was closed for security considerations, leasers incurred financial losses.
The meeting also called on the leasers to ensure that parents are accompanying their children of all age groups while using quad bikes.