leasehold interest

leasehold interest

The interest a tenant has to possess and use property by virtue of a lease.
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As part of the transaction, the purchaser, Cholla LLC, also acquired the leasehold interest held by Hotel Verite, which occupies 13,500 s/f at the four-story, L-shaped building.
Tenders are invited for Sale of a long leasehold interest in a site at North Wall Quay, Dublin 1
According to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, when property is leased, the assessed value of the property should be the sum of the valuation of the property' owner's leasehold interest in the land plus the valuation of the lessee's leasehold interests.
COMMERCIAL property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has disposed of the long leasehold interest at a detached industrial property at Atlantic Close in Swansea's Enterprise Park.
The bank was able to finalise a deal by which the bank has acquired leasehold interest in a residential and commercial tower.
The owner is offering its long leasehold interest for sale at a guide price of pounds 125,000 or will grant a new short leasehold interest at a quoting rent of pounds 11,000 per annum exclusive.
A FIRST-TIME buyer has acquired the leasehold interest of a convenience store in Blackhall Colliery, near Hartlepool in Cleveland, through the Newcastle Office of leading business agents, Christie + Co.
SALWAY Bradbury has sold the long leasehold interest of factory and warehouse premises in the Bordesley area of Birmingham for pounds 260,000.
In a sale-leaseback, it may be difficult for a seller to obtain financing secured merely by a leasehold interest to make property improvements.
Accordingly, because X did not acquire a current leasehold interest, the IRS determined that X could not currently deduct rent or amortize the lease prepayment.