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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The "Global Car Rental Market (2019 Edition): World Market Analysis By Customer (Business, Leisure), Application (Airport, Off-Airport), Type (Economy, Executive, Luxury, MUV, SUV), By Country: Forecast to 2024 - By Region (North America, Europe, APAC, ROW)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Utilizing National's mobile app to book rentals while earning unlimited points (75 points per completed rental).
Washington's New Short-Term Rental Law Requires Liability Insurance
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467 rental agreement is an agreement for the use of tangible property where the aggregate amount of payments received as consideration for use of the property and the aggregate value of any other consideration to be received for the use of the property exceeds $250,000, and that has increasing, decreasing, prepaid, or deferred rents.
Now that summer is just about over, remember that income received for the rental of a vacation home must generally be reported on your federal income tax return.
Underground construction equipment rentals are not limited to ARA member stores, and ARA rental statistics do not include rentals by equipment dealers and distributors.
The companies mentioned earlier are the really big players, but others in the Top 10 include NES, Maxim Crane Works, Neff Rentals, H & E Equipment, Sunstate Equipment and Ahem Rentals.
As available space in Midtown Manhattan and Midtown South continues to decline, some tenants are willing to pay a premium price to remain in New York City's most expensive business district, while others are embracing the reduced rental rates and new construction opportunities being offered in the outer boroughs.