land lease


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land lease

See ground lease.
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Residents in land lease buildings buy shares in a corporation that own the building rather than get deeds for their apartments.
Chief Executive Officer of Next Graphite Incorporated, Cliff Bream said: "Our land lease agreement was the final piece of approval needed to fully begin our operations as a licensed mining company in Namibia.
11 For a related study of the land lease market analyzing a variety of specifications concerning unobservable heterogeneity see Skoufias (1991).
The motivation for the lessor to enter into a land lease is to retain ownership of the property while at the same time generating income.
The condition of the sale provides that SPC has the right to "top" the price of the winning bidder for the Naga plant by five percent, as provided under the land lease agreement between PSALM and SPC in 2009 for the Naga land-based gas turbine.
The new facility has yet to be built at Ontario, and another firm is in negotiations over the land lease.
Tenders are invited for Hunting land lease, containing approx.
Commerce Bank of New Jersey has signed a 20-year land lease at 437 Westport Avenue in Norwalk, CT, and will build a new branch on the site.
The Airport will enter a long-term land lease with a franchised hotel operator to provide hospitality, dining, and parking services.
represented Pathmark Stores in a long-term land lease for a 200,000 square foot industrial facility at 8989 Union Turnpike in Queens, NY.
Tenders are invited for Agricultural land lease project.
The building's land lease arrangement also passes on savings to its shareholders since there is no upfront cost of land to be recovered in the purchase price.