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The iconic Parisian restaurant, Buddha Bar, which leased 20,000 s/f of office and lavish courtyard retail space for its first ever New York City establishment, which was designed by Didi Pei, son of I.
Purchasers of leased real estate may find it more advantageous to acquire leased property after leases have been canceled; thus, the buyer can ask the seller to negotiate a cancellation of existing leases prior to the sale of the property.
It provided for the disclosure of six basic terms, including the number and total amount of payments a consumer needed to make to acquire ownership of the leased property; a statement that the consumer acquires no equity in the property until the required payments have been made; whether the leased property is new or used; and a brief mention of certain charges such as reinstatement and late payment and default charges.
An exact legal description of the leased premises that allows a leasehold mortgage to be recorded.
in general, if a business-use vehicle is leased by a company (the recommended approach) or by an individual, the laws favor the lease transaction over an outright purchase by allowing larger annual deductions.
The next thing you need to know is that most equipment leased in the United States today is covered by a "triple net" lease.
The Securities and Exchange Commission expressed concern over some leases that were recorded as operating leases but were in substance a financing of the leased asset.
an environmental consulting and contracting firm, leased 30,070 s/f at 1340 Campus Parkway at Monmouth Shores Corporate Park in Wall Township.
Georges Crossing in Woodbridge, Pier 1 Imports leased 12,486 s/f of space facing directly onto U.