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Synonyms for rent

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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Over the years, politicians have expanded the controls through a complex web of rules, governing rents for 1.
Modest job growth and a slowing economy notwithstanding, US office market asking rents rose 1.
Major Manhattan retail corridors continued to see rents increase for ground floor space, as the median price per square foot climbed 12.
Tenant advocates said some of the surge in rents is due to increasing abuse of the law by landlords who are evicting and finding other ways to drive out tenants so they can get market rates for units.
If the cumulative rent under the lease agreement exceeds $250,000 and the rents are increasing, the lease agreement may be ignored and the income to the landlord and the deductions to the tenant determined by the present value of future lease payments.
Based on the independent appraisals of the Ventas facilities, the Company believes that both the existing aggregate rents and the 3 1/2% annual rent escalator under each Master Lease Agreement are already well above market.
According to the just-released national Studley Effective Rent Index 2006 (SERI), total rents, tenant effective rents, and landlord effective rents all showed marked increases as 2005 drew to a close.
Apartment hunters in Los Angeles Country during 2002's final quarter caught a break as both rents and vacancy rates remained essentially flat, an industry tracker reported Monday.
According to the agreement" applies when rents increase or decrease, but there is no prepaid rent or deferred rent without adequate interest.
Architecture firms and their creative ilk who have long been attracted to midtown south, whose hip atmosphere and airy lofts serve up the perfect office space for tenants with an inclination for the artsy and fashionable, have begun pushing towards its less expensive fringes as rents in hot submarkets like SoHo, Union Square and the meatpacking district continue to chart a dramatic path upwards.
Carlson's group is unhappy about what it calls unfair rent hikes and subpar living conditions in Glendale, and its initiative - if passed - would impose strict limits on rents for residential and commercial landlords.
Under the first, SSP would pay them $21,000 annual rent plus 40% of the annual gross rents in excess of $52,500; the $21,000 was guaranteed even if SSP did not rent the condominium to any third parties.
Freund slammed the current system employed by the RGB to set the rents, saying, "We think this is an absurd way to do business.
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.
The ceiling rents were an artificially low maximum rent for any unit-which really took into account the fact that the product the authority was offering was not the best, shall we say.