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RENTAL. A roll or list of the rents of an estate containing the description of the lands let, the names of the tenants, and other particulars connected with such estate. This is the same as rent roll, from which it is said to be corrupted.

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Instead, the amount of personal and rental usage dictates how the property is treated for tax purposes.
Graf & Lewent Architects announced that the firm's newly designed car rental facility at the JFK AirTrain Passenger Station at Federal Circle is fully under construction and is scheduled for completion Spring 2006.
The rentals are stamped, they're scanned, and the computer that runs the registers separates them out.
Fueled by robust rentals for the suspense-thriller ``The Ring,'' DVD rental revenues surpassed VHS rental revenues in a single week for the first time ever, according to statistics released Wednesday by the Video Dealers Software Association.
469-4(c)(1) allows the taxpayer to treat both rentals as one activity.
Insurers are wary of the increased liability of rentals because the owner doesn't have exclusive control over the property.
The purpose of the seven-day rule in the regulations was to exclude short-term rentals (such as videotapes, cars and hotels), but several court cases (e.
We expect that the combined company will be the market leader in Manhattan rentals, and with this consolidation we are laying the groundwork for further expansion of the Halstead sales, rental and management operations.
A one-stop vehicle rental location provides business customers with car rentals for general sales and business use, and truck rentals for distribution and delivery of their merchandise and supplies.
MPRI will use two self-contained mobile classrooms, each equipped with two TranSimVS IV driver training simulators, to train drivers at various United Rentals branches throughout the United States and Canada.
Homeowners in host cities where housing is in particular demand for short periods surrounding major sports events or regional celebrations (such as Mardi Gras), have found that visitors are often willing to pay Olympic-size rentals for the use of local residences.
However, with asking rentals at an all-time high, even for secondary space, some chains have decided not to become part of the "feeding frenzy.