Meaning of LEASE in English

LEASE

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

long

The headlong rush by the brewers to switch tenants to long leases is creating misery and hardship.

Meanwhile the county has revalued its assets to reflect its long lease and the planning consents obtained.

She bought a long lease on the apartment in quiet and respectable Hahnwald, a leafy and staid suburb of Cologne.

There were areas of settled peasant proprietorship, of long leases and stable crop-sharing tenures.

Such accommodation can often be let on a long lease or sold to raise a capital sum.

The council hope to enter into a long lease with Hearth Housing Association who would refurbish the lodges for tenant occupation.

Jackson marched in as if he'd taken a long lease on the place.

new

They may be bottom of the table but their latest signings have given them a new lease of life.

The new lease is for two years and provides that 50 percent of any gross revenue will go to the Navy.

Right across Britain they have been given a new lease of life.

The new lease would require an annual safety inspection of the park before it opens.

A perennial favourite, the polka dot gets a new lease of life in bold emerald green and brilliant white.

The political controversy over the Habre affair has been given a new lease of life.

Washington and Manila will in December begin discussions on a new lease .

A new lease of life could do me good.

short

Depreciation is to be based on the shorter of the lease term and useful economic life.

Eventually he took a short lease on a much smaller house in Upper Brook Street.

Not surprisingly, the shorter the lease , the more severe the prohibition becomes.

And this is a short lease here - we have to provide for buying something or paying a hell of a lot more rent.

■ NOUN

agreement

Thousands of pub landlords had been given notices to quit and offered lease agreements with rents widely regarded as excessive.

To support its claim, Barneys cites certain terms of its lease agreements , including the length.

The city needs to legally evict the owners before it can enter into another lease agreement .

Commissioners approved an option and lease agreement with Manchester in June.

A lease agreement that does not meet the criteria for a capital lease must be classified as an operating lease.

payment

If the lower cost of funding is reflected in lease payments , leasing can be more attractive for small companies.

Thus, lease payments for the office will increase by more than $ 90, 000 a year.

These include future interest rates, variable lease payments , the company's tax position and so on.

The amount of the asset and liability is equal to the present value of the minimum future lease payments .

■ VERB

buy

She bought a long lease on the apartment in quiet and respectable Hahnwald, a leafy and staid suburb of Cologne.

Swensson bought the lease on a Richfield gas station in North Park.

Leaseholders who live in a block which does not qualify will have a new right to buy an extended lease .

grant

Where the County Court grants a new lease to the tenant it may do so for a period not exceeding 14 years.

It had the power to grant building leases and fix ground rents.

So the course which was widely adopted was not to sell up entirely but to grant leases of land wanted for development.

hold

Apart from the physical aspects, if premises are held on a lease there are legal implications, too.

Tissington however, did not hold on to his lease for very long.

negotiate

The client still operates from the same premises, having negotiated a new lease at the expiry of the old one.

Yaki, who was instrumental in negotiating the leases as an aide to Rep.

The few tenants who are searching for short-term leases are now able to negotiate break clauses in leases for new buildings.

The estate agents negotiated a lease at a rent of £20,000 a year.

renew

He wanted a guarantee that he could renew the lease on expiry.

A typical instance where a solicitor is needed is renewing the lease at the end of the tenancy.

The landlord had not renewed Elgaen's lease , and he couldn't find a favorable north-end location in time.

sign

She is in a position to sign a lease immediately for the rent of a suitable home.

The last time Cal finished in the Pac-10 cellar was 1989, just before Oregon State signed its seven-year lease .

We signed a year's lease on this place but it ain't worth the paper it's written on.

Barneys signed leases under which it paid $ 25 million in annual rent for two years to Isetan.

They say if we sign the lease , then they will think about negotiating.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a six-month lease on an apartment

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

For example some leases require the expert to receive submissions or evidence from the parties.

Secondly, the purchaser will require the surveyor to assess potential liabilities under repairing obligations in the lease and in particular for dilapidations.

That flexibility might involve the offer of a short-term agreement or a long-term lease with an appropriate break clause.

The tenant holds under an agreement for a lease .

Tissington however, did not hold on to his lease for very long.

Yaki, who was instrumental in negotiating the leases as an aide to Rep.

II. verb

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■ ADVERB

back

The 800,000 square foot plant is being leased back to the management team.

out

When lands were leased out , a wide range of people took them up.

For now, the first phase of one building, with 94 units, is ready for occupancy and virtually leased out .

Finance houses also lease out capital equipment to firms.

The next five years saw the site leased out to various tenants, although Knight retained ownership.

Pamela Churchill had to leave their house which she had to lease out to others to get income from the rent.

■ NOUN

building

Sun also plans to lease another building and has further options nearby.

I buy and lease hotels and apartment buildings for the army.

Fulcrum plans to lease the building .

The council, which has been leasing the buildings to the college, now wants them back.

equipment

Finance houses also lease out capital equipment to firms.

Walker Equipment is a very successful company specializing in the sale and leasing of heavy construction equipment.

land

You might use such money to buy or lease land , and so increase the holding you had inherited.

Sedona recently leased Forest Service land to dispose of water through irrigation, but it will need more.

The estate sold or leased much of the land used for down river port activities to the Tyne Improvement Commission.

If the Giants pay for the cleanup, they will be leasing unimproved land , and the value will be lower.

Most small landowners like Bhushan have been threatened into leasing their land at an unjust rent.

property

The plaintiff agreed to lease a property to Lunnis, who assigned this equitable lease by way of mortgage.

The losses typically have been covered by other port revenues, such as money derived from leasing of port property .

When new occupiers lease these properties , Control Securities will have to absorb a £7m loss in the value of these assets.

Until leasing prospects improve, property owners should donate the space to nonprofit groups and cultural institutions.

That process differs substantially from how the City of Tucson usually leases property .

■ VERB

buy

Department of Social Security mobility payments to buy or lease a car.

The truck can be bought or leased nationwide and Ford hopes to take 1, 000 orders this year.

You might use such money to buy or lease land, and so increase the holding you had inherited.

I had to buy them and lease them back to him.

You can decide whether you wish to buy , lease or rent them.

I buy and lease hotels and apartment buildings for the army.

own

He also owns the Kings' lease , which runs through 2018.

Many physicians own medical equipment leasing companies.

sell

The brewers have until November to free up thousands of pubs by selling them or leasing them free of the tie.

Millions of acres around Arizona were set aside at statehood and must be sold or leased for maximum gain to benefit education.

These firms also sell or lease capacity on their fiber to Sprint and other long-distance firms.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Internet start-ups are being helped by companies willing to lease them Web servers and space.

It would work out cheaper overall to lease the computers for the project.

The aircraft had been leased to a Nigerian airline.

The building is actually owned by the government -- we're leasing it from them.

The Cider Press Company leases the machinery and buildings for $1000 a month.

The company plans to sell or lease its remaining stores to other supermarkets.

We lease all our computers.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A further source of income could be obtained from leasing the considerable shooting and fishing rights that belonged to the farm.

Councils and housing associations will be allowed to lease or buy empty homes in order to provide accommodation for homeless people.

He turned the beef holding into a dairy farm and soon began expanding by leasing other dairy farms all over Ireland.

Lansing and Friedkin were leasing a four-bedroom, 6, 000-square-foot house in the Beverly Hills area, sources say.

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